Kenya: Uasin Gishu Hospitals Hit By Shortage of ICU Beds

Uasin Gishu County has been overwhelmed with Covid-19 cases with most health facilities facing acute shortage of Intensive Care Unit beds.

The devolved unit, with an estimated population of 1.2 million people, is struggling to cope with the increasing number of Covid-19 patients seeking treatment in public and private health facilities.

As a result the county Health Executive Dr Evelyn Rotich has urged members of the public to follow the Covid-19 rules to slow the transmission of the virus.

“The…


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