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Remote Engagement During COVID-19

Classes will continue remotely over the remaining period of the Semester

Latest Updates

SUSPENSION OF LEARNING & UNIVERSITY OPERATIONS

Published: 16th March 2020

We are faced with challenging times with the confirmation of COVID-19 cases in Kenya so far declared a pandemic by WHO. The University Management is proactive and has put in place baseline precautions in a bid to curb the scourge of corona virus. In line with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s address to the nation, learning in […]

HOW IS COVID-19 PREVENTED

Published: 15th March 2020

Wash hands regularly with soap and running water or boiled and cooled water, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, Cough or sneeze into a disposable tissue or bent elbow, and wash hands immediately. Dispose the tissue in a trash or burn it Maintain a distance of at least 2 meter (6 feet) between yourself and […]

WHAT IS SELF-QUARANTINE?

Published: 14th March 2020

WHAT IS SELF-QUARANTINE? It is an act of individuals who may have been exposed to COVID-19 separating themselves for 1 4 days to monitor if they develop symptoms. Who Should Self-quarantine Anyone who has traveled within the past 14 days to a country with sustained reported COVID-19 cases or has had close contact with a […]

WHAT ACTIONS CAN ALL OTHER SECTORS TAKE TO CONTAIN COVID-19?

Published: 12th March 2020

Suspend all public gatherings, face to face meetings and events Suspend all inter school events All Public transport providers to provide hand sanitizers for their clients and regular cleaning of the vehicles. Suspend visits to prisons for the next 30 days Avoid use of social media to spread misinformation. All official Communication that can circulate […]

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19?

Published: 2nd March 2020

High body temperature Coughing & Sneezing Sore throat Headache Difficulty in Breathing The symptoms start within 14 days of being infected. If you have these symptoms, visit the nearest health facility for medical attention or contact the Ministry of Health emergency teams on hotlines: 0729471414 and 0732353535. Source: Ministry of Health