Parents have passed away after their son refused to go for self-isolation though he tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Health Cabinet Secretary Kagwe Mutahi on Saturday.
Mutahi revealed how the man who had covid-19 believed the virus was a misconception and decided to travel at their rural home to visit his parents.
‘I received bad news that a son who tested positive for covid-19 refused to believe the results thinking the virus was a misconception, traveled home, infected his sister and his parents who later succumbed to the deadly virus,’Mutahi lamented.
His denial to first go for self-isolation resulted into losing the head of the family fourteen days after their mother passed away.
The Cabinet Secretary also wondered why many Kenyans were angry with the government warning them every time about the deadly virus.
“We have been accused of talking to Kenyans as if they are retarded- Tumetukanwa. My brother and sisters, I can only ask you to accept that coronavirus is a reality, Kenyans don’t have to die: this is a condition we can control. We can manage ourselves,” he added.
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