Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) was first discovered in 2019 and is caused by a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2(SARS-CoV-2). The symptoms include:fever,tiredness,dry cough,aches and pains,nasal congestion,runny nose,sore throat or diarrhoea. Kindly visit your nearest health facility if you experience these symptoms to rule out COVID-19

COVID 19 may be spread by coming in contact with surfaces contaminated with disease droplets then touching your eyes, nose or mouth, sneezing, failing to clean hands and then coming into contact with shared facilities which include phones, tables, chairs, lifts, keypads, stair railings, walls, computer keyboards etc. Always remember to practice good hand hygiene and use hand sanitizers

Asymptomatic transmission is one of the routes of transmission from #COVID19 patients.They do not develop symptoms.Most cases have been established through contact tracing according to World Health Organization (WHO). This therefore,requires us to strictly follow the government directives, Ministry of Health and other health agencies to avoid transmission.

You can protect yourself and others from COVID-19 by adhering to the following measures

For those offering Essential Services, please note below guide in the workplace #StaySafe #KomeshaCorona World Health Organization (WHO)

Using a mask correctly is an effective way to slow down the spread of COVID-19. To do this,

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water/sanitize with alcohol based sanitizer before putting on a mask.
  2. Ensure the mask covers your mouth and nose well leaving no gaps.
  3. Avoid touching the mask when it is on your face.
  4. Remove the mask using the strings or elastic. Do not touch the front of the mask as you do this. And do not touch your face.
  5. Dispose off the mask immediately.
  6. After disposing the mask, wash your hands with soap and water or sanitize with alcohol based sanitizer.

Let us follow the tips below to help us put on our masks correctly to avoid spreading/contacting COVID-19. Together we can reduce the spread of COVID-19 by correct and consistent use of face masks.#KomeshaCorona

The Dos and Dont's of wearing a mask.

Don't forget to perform regular hand hygiene, cleaning or disinfecting of frequently contacted surfaces, avoiding public gatherings and staying at home. Regularly and thoroughly washing of hands either with soap and water or with alcohol-based hand rub, is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Follow the steps below when washing hands #KomeshaCorona

Pregnant women are advised to contact/seek advise from their antenatal care providers to be guided on specific indications on how to attend their clinic appointments, delivery plan and what to do in case they experience symptoms of COVID-19.

Amidst all the rules to stay put during the COVID-19 outbreak, it is important to continue staying physically fit and healthy during this period. Exercise helps maintain good physical and mental health. Do not forget to thoroughly wash your hands with water and soap after the workout! #KomeshaCorona.


COVID-19 doesn’t only affect physical health but also one’s mental well-being. Mental Health ailments might be experienced during this pandemic, you may experience stress, anxiety, fear, sadness that may lead to depression. Reach our counseling team on 0719073187/3293/3000 who can help you cope with mental health issues.

#Always stay safe #practice physical distancing and enhance social connectedness

COVID-19 doesn’t only affect physical health but also one’s mental well-being. Mental Health ailments might be experienced during this pandemic Call for psychological help if you get overwhelmed. Talk to someone you trust #Always stay safe #practice physical distancing and enhance social connectedness

  1. Have a routine and abide by it, prepare a to do list /check list and review the routine from time to time.
  2. Eat a balanced diet.
  3. Create some 30 minutes of an indoor physical activity.
  4. Create some 20 minutes of a mental activity, this can be an online-game e.g scrabble, candy-crush, sudoku, cross word puzzles or read a book.
  5. Include an Interactive play with your family members e.g skipping rope,etc
  6. Avoid tracking news of Covid-19, if you can’t help the situation then stay away from it and follow the government directives, avoid sharing/forwarding messages that have not been verified. Zone out, Tune off the Tv if it makes you anxious
  7. Get sufficient sleep.Practice sleep routine, avoid caffeine drinks before bedtime, minimize bedroom lighting and avoid screen use during bed time.
  8. Avoid Alcohol and all other stimulants or addictive substances like cannabinoids, khat etc
  9. Call for psychological help if you get overwhelmed. Talk to someone you trust

We salute all workers for their dedication and hardwork and especially our Healthcare workers during this #COVID19 pandemic

The role of nutrition in supporting the immune system relative to COVID-19 #KomeshaCorona #maintaininghealthylifestyle