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Friday March 20, 2020 - An Italian man has been quarantined at Siha Hospital in Mpeketoni, Lamu County, after he showed signs of Coronavirus on Thursday.
Reports indicate that the Italian Man, aged 74, arrived in the country from Rome, Italy.
He travelled into the country aboard an Ethiopian Airlines plane through Addis Ababa between March 3rd and 4th.
From the Ethiopian capital, the man took a flight to Mombasa, and then another to Malindi before travelling by bus to his residence in Mpeketoni where he lives with his wife, a Kenyan.
He took himself to a local medical facility after he started feeling ill.
Lamu County Commissioner, Irungu Macharia, informed Kenyans that the patient sought treatment for high fever.
The commissioner added that test samples from the Italian have been sent to Nairobi and they are waiting for results of a Coronavirus test.
“I can confirm that there is a suspected case of Coronavirus in Mpeketoni.”
“There’s nothing to worry about ... Remember, it’s only the Cabinet Secretary for Health who can confirm a Coronavirus case after thorough tests,” Macharia remarked.
“He visited the hospital after falling sick.”
“He had a very high fever.”
“His travel history forced us to isolate him immediately.”
“He returned to Kenya recently after visiting Italy which is one of the countries affected by Covid-19.”
"Though in a stable condition, we have had to extract his blood sample and send it to Nairobi for Coronavirus checks.”
“People shouldn’t be worried.”
“Let’s wait for the results.”
“In the meantime, the man will remain confined at our facility for observation,” said one of the officials at the hospital.
Italy is one of the countries most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, with reports of over 31,000 infections and over 3,000 deaths so far.
The Kenyan DAILY POST