All staff members and Members of the County Assembly of Uasin Gishu will go through COVID-19 testing before continuing to self-confinement
The most recent comes after the demise of Huruma Ward MCA Petet Kiiru Chomba who passed away to the virus.
Region Assembly Speaker David Kiplagat during a press instructions on Sunday said the post-mortem demonstrated that the MCA surrendered to COVID-19.
All individuals from staff have been approached to continue on a 21-day obligatory leave.
“We wish to confirm to the public that we have received the autopsy results of the deceased, and we can confirm that he died from COVID-19, in lieu of this notice, all members of staff ans county MCAs will undergo screening, the assembly’s premises will also remain closed for 21 days,” the Assembly speaker said.
The County Governor Jackson Mandago who was at the presser communicated worry at the way in which occupants are ridiculing COVID-19 rules spread out by the Ministry of Health.
“We have lowered defenses, I have been around town; individuals don’t wear veils and there is no social removing, I have seen stores that individuals are not longer washing hands, we have to return to the measures that had diminished the contaminations,” Governor Mandago said.
Subsequently, and in a move pointed toward checking the spread of the infection, the public survey of MCA Chomba’s body which was scheduled for Monday has been canceled.