Nakuru is competing against Mombasa and Tharaka Nithi for the County with Best – Managed Healthcare category award.
Governor Lee Kinyanjui has warned that a new wave of COVID-19 infections had hit Nakuru County with fatalities and hospital admissions rising at an alarming rate.
The Taskforce on Mental Health of Kenya report of July 2020 recommended that mental illness should be declared a national emergency of epidemic proportions.
He thanked the Chief Officer for Public Health Services Samuel King'ori for assigning him what he termed as 'very efficient and youthful specialists' throughout the treatment...
The County has continuously supplied the frontline healthcare workers with WHO-certified PPEs as well as improved perks and other allowances.
Public Health Services CO Mr Samuel King'ori said the response also helped in attracting collaborations from the national government, development partners and corporates.
Sub-county health services heads will lias with schools in their localities to plan on training schedules so as not to disrupt normal school timetables.
The areas reporting high cases in the Ward include Naka, Section 58, Moi Flats, Ngala and Kabachia estates.
In today's figures, Nakuru Town West sub-County leads with 39 cases, Naivasha 9, Nakuru Town West and Rongai 3 each, Njoro 2, Gilgil and Subukia 1...
The two decommissioned facilities will lie idle for weeks with regular fumigations among other COVID-19 infection prevention and control measures before being re-opened for use.