Indian Covid-19 variant found in Kenya

 Scientists have recognized five cases of the Indian Covid-19 variant in Kenya. 


The health service says the tests were done before the restriction on trips to India became an order. 


The five cases were recognized from tests gathered in people working in a manure plant in western Kenya. 


The nation incidentally suspended traveler trips to India fourteen days prior. Dr Patrick Amoth from the health service says the boycott couldn't have halted this occurrence. 


India is at present encountering the most noticeably awful Covid-19 situation on the planet, with countless new cases being accounted for consistently. 


Regardless of this, the World Health Organization is yet to group the Indian strain as a "variation of concern". 


Kenya is currently the second African country after Uganda to recognize the Indian variant.

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