Don’t Wear Pajamas: Tips for working at home during coronavirus pandemic

Millions of Kenyan workers have from today began experiencing what it is like to work from home.

Companies have notified staff that they will be working from home until other contingency measures have been put in place.

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So what does working from home entail?

Here are our tips to ensure you are just as productive at home as at the office.

  1. Dress the part

Don’t wake up and immediately start working while wearing pajamas. When you work from home, appearing professional can be just as important as when you work in a traditional office.

Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.
Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.

2. Stick to your normal schedule

Consider beginning and ending work at the same time each day – the way you would if you were at the office. This will help you separate professional time and personal time. Also remember to take your lunch break at the same time, just eat away from the desk to normalize things.

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3. Stay away from laundry or dishes in the sink

The temptation to watch just alittle TV or to quickly wash the breakfast dishes is too tempting. But don’t do it. This is not at home time, but work time.

workaholic

4. Find a dedicated work spot

It’s tempting to work from bed in your pajamas, but how easy is it to slide down and take a short nap? A dedicated workspace is the best way to keep work and life separate – and ensure you’re not constantly reminded of your deadlines.

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‘Sanitize you’re phones too’ Doctor advises about coronavirus

A flood of questions met Dr Oluga who visited the Classic 105 studios to talk more about the coronavirus pandemic.

Dr Oluga is the Secretary General & CEO – Kenya Medical Practitioners Pharmacists & Dentists’ Union (KMPDU) and spoke with Maina to allay fears Kenyans have.

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new virus. Symptoms include fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath.

The virus can spread from person to person, but good hygiene can prevent infection.

Coronavirus
Coronavirus

Here are key pointers from Dr oluga:

One common fact that stood out is wash your hands with soap and water

Sanitizers are an alternative what’s important is washing your hands with soap and water

Coronavirus will help us build our healthcare system. So we will use this pandemic for our good. So that in the future we are able to handle such issues better #MainaAndKingangi

corona

As much as children love to play make sure they avoid playing in crowded place #MainaAndKingangi

I will insist on the fact that people should wash their hands #MainaAndKingangi

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Radio star Kingangi describes life in self isolation with family

Parenting during the coronavirus quarantine period is proving hectic, according to the confessions of many on Classic 105.

With schools closed to contain the spread of the virus, parents say the situation at home is craaaazzy.

How crazy? Classic Mwalimu Kingang’i is about to lose his mind.

He confessed to Maina Kageni that

 ‘na ile kukula wanakula fridge haina kitu, wamevunja kila kitu, wamewatch cartoon zote, kuna cartoon ya pig wanapenda sana, nimechoka nayo, kanguruwe kenginien kana teta sana,’

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Kingangi noted how parenting is different today compared to back in the day

‘parents don’t know how to deal with it, shida si mtoto ni mzazi’

total chaos ata hujui utawapeleke wapi

Maina then asked parents to call in and say how they are dealing with the situation at home. Here are some comments that show how tough it is.

Monique Kimmss..
#MainaAndKingangi Hapo kwa budget gava isaidie priss wazazy tunaumia Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy Kwanza wanaumauma vitu alafu wanatupa kwa dustbinCrying face
@ItsMainaKageni

@Classic105Kenya

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Lisa..
#MainaAndKingangi watoi huitisha chai every hour. They’re always hungry. A loaf of bread is enough for only 1 child. The govt shd help every household that has 2 kids or more with money. Let them use their huduma number recordsSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyesSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya

There are people who work with budget. Now these kids are at home you need to provide breakfast, lunch these are meals they had in school because its paid for.”

Sharon ShanienTwo hearts..
Am trying to explain to him what corona is hashikanishi .. amekataa Yeye ataenda kusoma na teacher hio Confused faceConfused face.. then am continuously cooking in the house @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya #MainaAndKingangi

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Hilarious confessions by Kenyans parents in tears over homeschooling 

 

It’s safe to say that homeschooling is not going well in Kenyan based on the confession of parents who called in to Classic 105 on Friday morning.

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Parents are facing a whole new world with children being home from school.

And because of the homeschooling process, many of them have realized just how grateful they are for teachers.

Mwalimu said ‘Frankly speaking we need to respect and check on them once in a while, wametutoa mbali’

To which Maina said ‘Amen’

Here are hilarious confessions of how things are going:

Carol Radull narrates the pain of losing her two family members to cancer

@Lucypau43921191..
Aky nakutolea kofia ,I wish uko karibu hii ya grade 2 nikuletee ,maina kanashinda kakinechekelea ,aty kwan mom mlisoma nn shule Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy aky ziezani why lie #mainaandkingangi

school timetable
@pittychilla..
One I was to download & print problems related 2 teeth, I did but in black & white wee she asked me how will I explain it needs coloured to differentiate bleeding gums from akia ang’owa wee it ain’t a joke #MainaAndKingangi they will always challenge u

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angry mum cellotapes kids
Caller: “My child is in class seven and the other one in class eight. She asked me a math question and I told her to go ask the one in class eight. Maina corona imetufungua macho itabidi turudi shule.” #MainaAndKingangi
@NdichuBella..
I never knew a chicken has a specific way of drawing itUnamused face we argued for two days and I gif up…

happy-black-family1
@kibe_tz..
Nghaiiiii it’s hectic. Am lucky my daughter Mashirima is at home. She has saved me alot especially on Maths.Face with tears of joy

I was in such a bad state the psychiatrist wanted to admit me – Maureen Waititu

@wa_rosie..
Maina this teacher they try now… nowadays I have downloaded a dictionary…when my daughter speaks English vocabularys zingine sielewi and am left wondering what’s that?!!!na ndio asijue sijui I use my dictionary…
@Iamfrankysertoi..
Wale wazazi uambia watoto wa Mimi nilikuanga namba 1 mpaka class 8 sahii maths ya grade 3 inawapelekaje @Classic105Kenya @ItsMainaKageni #MainaAndKingangi

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Ailing issues Kenyans have put on hold amid the Coronavirus pandemic

 

 

Coronavirus is here with us and everyone is running berserk about its ripple effects. Kenyans forget too fast and it’s pretty obvious we have already forgotten about things that have caused pain to us there before. Here’s some of them:

1. Cancer

Before this Coronavirus pandemic, media was awash with special features and programs about the cancer menace that has rocked Kenyans. The number of cancer patients have been on the rise and this created lots of worry. Oncologists made the bigger part of talk shows in the morning and evenings. Where are those guys now? Nowhere to be seen. Every media house is talking about this Coronavirus.

2. Terrorism

Kenya has been hit hard and not once. Al-Shabaab terrorist group attacked malls, university and runway attacks. We lost lives of both young and old Kenyans. Experts on terrorist attacks had much of the airtime and gave us unending theories on how we can counter these attacks. We had security checks in major building; malls, supermarkets and government offices. At the moment, people are having their temperatures taken and hand sanitizers are fixed all over.

3. Public looting

Remember the Kimwarer dam scam that was widely covered by media houses. It led to certain legislatures catching hard feelings as they felt it was a political plan to end peoples political careers. We were treated to all sorts of sideshows, but the money remains unaccounted. All this has taken a backseat as focus shifts to coronavirus.

4. Locust menace

You all remember the desert locusts that were yellow in colour. They invaded our country and caused mass crop destruction as they moved from one area to another. They cost CS Kiunjuri his job as he proved not to have a clue on how to handle them. He was the father of memeology. The locust still remain with us but the media has put it to a hold. In the meantime, it’s all about Covid-19.

 

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‘You ain’t sleeping in my bed’ Oprah kicks out boyfriend after travelling

 

Savage does not even begin to describe how Oprah is treating the threat of contracting coronavirus from close proximity.

You can also forget about that vow of through sickness and health. This doesn’t apply in Oprahs household.

Huddah threatens to manhandle Khaligraph Jones in bed

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey was on Instagram live, where she confessed o a fan that she made her lover Steadman sleep in the guesthouse after he recently traveled. She confessed that he is in self quarantine in their guesthouse to avoid possibly spreading coronavirus.

She told that

“Social distancing don’t mean you come sleep in bed with a person when you just got off American Airlines”

Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey

The 66 year old media mogul cheekily admitted that she makes sure he eats and drops off the food at the doorstep of the guesthouse.

The TV legend contracted pneumonia late last year and admits she still may have a weak immune system and so for her boyfriend to be travelling in times of the pandemic is risky to her health.

‘Stedman is at the guest house. You all know I had çç late last year and you can still hear the raspiness in my throat sometimes… ‘And I just got off antibiotics last week and so Stedman was late to the party. Stedman didn’t arrive from Chicago until Thursday and he was speaking in St. Louis on Saturday and he’s been on planes.

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In an instagram live session, Oprah said that Steadman had been travelling and she has instructed him to keep away to avoid infection.

‘I was like, ‘You ain’t coming in here and sleeping in my bed. It doesn’t work that way’.

‘Social distancing doesn’t mean you can go sleep in a bed with someone after you got off American Airlines.’ We can not play those games.’

 

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Afro Jazz legend Manu Dibango dies from covid 19

Cameroonian jazz legend Manu Dibango has died aged 86.

The saxophone player died from a coronavirus infection, according to a statement on his official Facebook page on Tuesday.

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He was being treated after testing positive for covid 19.

manu notice

Early in March, Emmanuel N’Djoké Dibango was admitted after he tested positive for Coronavirus. He was admitted at the Melun hospital in Paris where he succumbed to the disease.

The 86-year-old saxophonist was considered one of the foremost pioneers of Afro-jazz, known for his fusion of funk with traditional Cameroonian sounds.

manu duabngo 3

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‘Take it seriously’ Chamber of Commerce boss Richard Ngatia urges Kenyans

 

Richard Ngatia, Chairman of Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) today joined Maina Kageni in studio to speak more about that the private sector is doing to work with government to mitigate effects of coronavirus.

Maina began the interview by noting one thing

couple of day on TV when CS Mutahi Kagwe was giving daily updates, there was a man standing next to him Mr Richard Ngatia, who now joins us in studio. Karibu sana.

Kenya has so far confirmed 16 coronavirus cases.

Mr Ngatia delved right into what is going on behind the scenes.

its getting out of hand, but I believe as a private sector we must join hands with the government

He also spoke about the CT Scan centre that was opened at Kenyatta Hospital

this equip that was launched has come in handy and I have seen what Wuhan, the epicentre of the disease, has been doing. I have been in conversation with the Chinese embassy and Chinese private sector in China, and all these people have managed to curb the disease.

 I spoke to them and said we would like to know what you have done and they said we have developed an app that helps identify if lungs are not infected you are not a worrying case, and this innovation is being taken to Africa, and I approached the govt and said look there is this app, we must negotiate, and knh is first to have it in the world and first in Africa and I think this is an achievement

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe unveiled the new advanced computed tomography (CT) scan centre at the Kenyatta National Hospital where local medics consulted with their peers in Wuhan, China, in the management of a live case of the disease.

Kagwe said the unit, which has a video conference unit, will be essential in the fight against coronavirus. China provided the software called Golden Eye, which it has used at home to detect and monitor progress of Covid-19 patients.

The government  police have declared a raft of measures so we have to follow this for each other.

One obvious and widely publicised step is to take simple practical measures to reduce the spread of the virus, to protect ourselves and our family – washing hands, reducing social contact, self-isolating if symptoms develop.
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Idris Elba’s wife tests positive for Coronavirus days after actor’s positive diagnosis

 
Idris Elba’s wife Sabrina Dhowre has confirmed she has tested positive for coronavirus after choosing to stay with him in self-isolation.

The actor’s wife was at the receiving end of criticism for not isolating herself from her husband after he was diagnosed with covid19.

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In an interview with Oprah, Idirs’ wife explained why she chose to stay with the actor saying

idris elba rona message

“I wanted to be with him. That’s the instinct of a wife. You want to go and take care.”

She added that

“I could have made a decision to put myself in a separate room or maybe stay away… But I made the decision to want to be with him and still touch him.”

But the internet is not convinced and here are comments blasting her

Idris Elba
@ImaniDH..
Idris Elba’s wife didn’t do anything wrong. That’s her husband lol

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@heughanverse..
SMH people giving hate to #IdrisElba’s wife cause she got infected from him. She said she wanted to be with her husband.
What was she supposed to do? Abandon him now that he’s sick?
A lot of people will have to nurse their kids, parents, spouse, roommate, etc. at home !

@xo_wumz..
So Idris Elba’s wife has tested positive for coronavirus. Why wouldn’t she, when she was literally inside his nostril when he recorded that video
@sadeadekugbe..
people who think Idris Elba’s wife should’ve stayed away from him I’m so sorry you’ve never felt love

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‘Stay Indoors’ Celebrities plead amid coronavirus

 

 

Kenyans ignoring the social distancing plea are the target of celebrities who are pleading that people stop congregating.

Kenyans are none compliant and many on Classic 105 told that people are still playing football in fields, others are in bars and entertainment spots.

Kenyans celebrities calling for people to stay indoors include Rashid Abdalla, Maina Kageni, Citizen journalist Steve Letoo to help contain the spread of the disease.

rashidstayhomee

 

A worldwide campaign has been started encouraging everyone to post on social media who they are self-isolating for and to invite six friends to do the same.

Stars are doing their part to encourage social distancing.

Dear Classic 105 fam, are you social distancing or is this pandemic just a flu to you?

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All Tv shows and movies cancelled over coronavirus

 

The coronavirus is shutting down and delaying almost all your favorite film and television productions

– Davido has cancelled his USA tour

– Fast And Furious 9 has been delayed until 2021.

– Disney has removed Mulan, New Mutants and Antlers from its release schedule, and for later dates.

 Willis Raburu encourages Willy Paul’s wife to finish him

– Production has been shut down on Lucifer and The Flash.

– Both Netflix and Disney have stopped production on all shows and movies, which includes the second season of The Witcher.

– Amazon has suspended production on its Wheel of Time series, at least in Prague. Same goes for its Lord of the Rings show in New Zealand.

– Filming on The Batman will shut down for two weeks.

– FX has shut down production on Fargo season 4 starring Chris Rock, delaying the projected April 19 premiere date.

– Saturday Night Live has suspended production indefinitely.

DNG’s timely advise to Nyashinski about marriage

– Production on the third Fantastic Beasts film has been postponed.

– Production on the Avatar sequels has halted.

– Black Widow has been delayed, as fans had been informed that it was to hit theaters on May 1.

– Episodes of two Arrowverse shows on The CW, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, have been delayed.

– Amazon’s anticipated Lord of the Rings series has suspended production for two weeks, beginning March 16.

– On March 16, Variety also reported that Amazon Studios had decided to halt production and end the season of Love Island France, which was filming in South Africa. The season’s first episode premiered March 2.

Bien Aime had a ‘good’ budget for his wedding to Chiki

– As of March 13, Netflix had shut down all TV and film productions in the U.S. and Canada, including the streamer’s popular series Stranger Things, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The decision came one day after production on Grace and Frankie’s final season was put on hold, per Deadline.

– New York-based late night shows announced plans to have shows without audiences, but later suspended it informing fans production was halted. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and daytime’s The Wendy Williams Show will pause production.

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How to stay fit during quarantine at home

There is a video online of a fitness instructor in Spain, ontop of a building showing simple exercise people quarantined at home can do.

People on the balconies of their homes follow his moves and it’s so inspiring.

In a video shared to Instagram by the fitness group Sano Sevilla Los Bermejales, the trainer can be seen leading people on their balconies in a workout class, with the clip panning to show numerous people doing jumping jacks alongside their neighbours.

 

 

Options could include exercise DVDs, dancing, floor exercises, yoga, walking around the compound or using home exercise equipment. Exercise is a proven treatment for stress and depression.

The CDC and the WHO recommend several basic measures to help prevent the spread of Covid-19:

  • Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Contact a health worker if you have symptoms; fever and a dry cough are most common.
  • DON’T touch your face.
  • DON’T travel if you have a fever and cough.
  • DON’T wear a face mask if you are well.

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Quarantine and Chill: 30 things to watch if you’re stuck at home

 

A majority of us are staying home as part of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

But with so much time on our hands, how exactly will be fill up all the time spent in the house?

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Here is a list of things you can watch with bae as you quarantine and chill:

Green leaf baby

Altered Carbon

On my block

Lost Girls

Don’t Wear Pajamas: Tips for working at home during coronavirus pandemic

quantico

THE 100

Elite

TOP BOY

Locke and Key

Bien Aime had a ‘good’ budget for his wedding to Chiki

Trinkets

Atyplical

October Faction.

Somewhere between

Blacklist

The hurricane heist

containment

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jane the virgin,

All the Bright Places

The invitation

green leaf

blacklist

Peaky blinders

The rain

Love jacked

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Paid in Full

The 100

Fractured

The last OG

Locke & Key

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Hilarious tweets about dating during the coronavirus outbreak

 

Governments worldwide are encouraging citizens to stay home as a preventative measure against coronavirus.

Many are documenting their stay at home experiences and most affected are single people, who are sharing the most hilarious memes and thoughts about dating in the coronavirus era.

1. corona date

Idris Elba tests positive for coronavirus 

2. corona joke dating

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3.corona joke

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4. corona dating 4

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5. corona dating 6

6. corona dating 8

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7. corona dating 7

8. coroan dating 5

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Kenya’s prettiest pastor Natasha forced to cancel gig after facing backlash

A poster by Pastor Lucy Natasha notifying followers of a prayer meeting amid a global coronavirus outbreak, seemed to have caught the attention of KOT.

This is because many accused her of defying the Presidents orders for large gatherings to be cancelled until further notice.

The pressure on her to stop the prayer meeting was significant enough.

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After coming under fire, Natasha updated that the meeting was cancelled and would advise her followers accordingly.

natasha prayer cancelled

Whew, KOT are no joke, but really we all need to take precautions at this time, and large gathering s are a no-no.

Here are comments from upset Kenyans:

@johnnjenga..
Dear Dr. Rev Natasha

Cancel this event please. In South Korea patient 31 went to Shincheonji Church of Jesus. He is the reason why over 5000 South Koreans got infected. God is working through scientists.

Thanks.
Its me King Solomon’s brother. Nice to see you.
@RevLucyNatasha

Lucy Natasha in traditional Kikuyu wear
Lucy Natasha in traditional Kikuyu wear

@TruthMeter101..
There’s no Godliness where there’s no wisdom. Wisdom of making rational decisions based on events and circumstances. Any Pastor or cleric who hasn’t adviced his/her faithfuls otherwise, it’s just purely a business entity. Followers are customers

@CarloTito9..
How is she going to get paid… It’s about the money bag

@wewesamwewe..
the pastor needs some money to fuel her guzzlers na..

@DennisSavatia..
Haha Doktari,, unafikiri atatoa wapy unga

@AkokoFelix..
Swali nzuri. Hii ndo high season. People are desperate for prayers.

rev lucy natasha 1

@LOYDMUTUA..

Adhere to government precautionary measures for the next 3o days.
We love you and God bless your altruistic service in the ministry of God.

#coronaviruskenya

@slowmk3000..
Sadaka lazima hata kama ni ya mwisho. Hallelujah!

@gkiwetashgmail1..
Rev..Dr Natasha please review HE Statement on 15.3.2020 on the Coronavirus Briefings…..(..Avoid congregations,weddings,funerals.) we are leading nations to follow precautionary measures…

@KamauKiserian..
Let her drain the sheeps finances.

@wewesamwewe..
Kenya someone is about to disobey the presidents directive Smiling face with open mouth and tightly-closed eyes

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Covid-19: All the blinged up masks celebrities are wearing

 

People worldwide are wearing masks to protect against Coronavirus, and below is not what they are wearing.

masks in vnezuela
Venezuelans home made masks

The above is not what celebrities are wearing.

For instance RnB singer Toni Braxton is showing off how she is staying safe and her mask is dope.

tonibraxtoncoronavirus

With a global pandemic declared, other stars are ramping up their efforts to protect themselves from Covid-19, with some going into self-isolation.

Other fashionable face masks we have spotted online include celebrities like
Nicole Scherzinger
Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger arrived in Los Angeles airport from Australia wearing a black face mask.

She was seen wearing the mask as she passed through, keeping it on as she got into her car to go home.

designerfacemask

Gwyneth Paltrow
Paltrow was one of the first celebrities to take on coronavirus protection measures, as she shared a selfie of herself in February wearing a £76 high tech mask for her flight to Paris.

Dropping a reference to her film Contagion, she said, “En route to Paris. Paranoid? Prudent? Panicked? Placid? Pandemic? Propaganda? Paltrow’s just going to go ahead and sleep with this thing on the plane.”

wyeenthpaltrowfacemask

“I’ve already been in this movie. Stay safe. Don’t shake hands. Wash hands frequently,” she continued.

Steve Harvey

The Family Feud host and his wife Marjorie took a selfie on a flight together, where they were both seen wearing custom bedazzled facemasks.

Harvey also held up a miniature bottle of hand sanitiser to the camera.

The CDC recommends surgical masks only for people who already show symptoms of coronavirus and must go outside, since wearing a mask can help prevent spreading the virus by protecting others nearby when you cough or sneeze. The agency also recommends these masks for caregivers of people infected with the virus.

blingmask

 

Additionally, the World Health Organisation advises the only people who need to be wearing masks are those coughing and sneezing or healthy people who are taking care of a person with suspected COVID-19 infection.

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‘It’s crazy but we gotta do it’ Maina Kageni says about Coronavirus precautions

 

If you don’t take actions given by the government you could be jeopardizing public health, was the statement Maina and Kingangi had for Kenyans in the Monday morning discussion about coronavirus.

Mwalimu was also of the opinion that the precautions by the Ministry of Health should be done in vernacular so that the message hits home.

‘Sisi na salamu aiee’ Mwalimu noted about Kenyans love for shaking hands.

The co-hosts opened up the discussion to Kenyans to give their views about sanitizing and not shaking hands.

Caller: “Have you guys thought about the train. It carries so many people. So you can imagine if someone coughs.” #MainaAndKingangi
@QueensCalvin..

#MainaAndKingangi
And what will happen to the conductors at all the stages known as “Kamagiras?” Also everyone in the transport industry
@alexomari1..Personally am practising that social distance , but unajua Mambo za ploti … We’re so many #MainaAndKingangi
@alexomari1..
Its good to have the stats of other diseases but Remember CORONA is highly Infectious and it doesnt have a Vaccine right now.Medics are predicting that it will take a while to come up with its Medicine through a Vaccine Trial
@ItsMainaKageni
Caller: “Tutatoa chakula wapi Maina kwa sababu soko mingi ni congested.” #MainaAndKingangi
Caller: “Maina watu wa Ferry watafanya nini? Wataweza kusanitize kila mtu. Tuombe Mungu atusaidie.” #MainaAndKingangi
@Dickie_murimi1..
Maina my greatest fear is the use and circulation of currency …imagn you can use a note in Nairobi and after 2 hours iko Webuye Disappointed but relieved faceDisappointed but relieved faceDisappointed but relieved face #MainaAndKingangi

@IvyWanja10..
Na wenye wamezoea handshakes plus hugs ,but we have to admit and cope with the situation
@234Evans..
#MainaAndKingangi hiyo ni kawaida ya psv maina lazima mtu abembelezwe.eldoret moi university listening
@dee_nyabuto..
Morning Mina and Kingangi
My worries, how do I stop touching my face?
Am in Mombasa I fear we will be lockdown we won’t have food since tunategemea chakula Tokea outside coast

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Things to stock up in the wake of coronavirus in Kenya

The media has been awash with reports of the first coronavirus case in Kenya. Yeah, I know everyone is scared they might be the next victim. Movement might be restricted in the few coming days and it’s therefore advisable for people to start preparing just in case things worsen.

You need to stock up things in your house to be on the safe side. Here are some of those things:

1. Food

fridge

It’s a basic need. You need food for survival. Those with no fridge, brace yourself for a rough tide. You might have to live on bread and water. Guess we going back to the era of Jesus and his disciples. Buy food and stock as much as you can. People who say canned food is unhealthy itabidi mpambane.

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2. Hand wash

Most of us out here only wash hands by default – while taking a shower. Brace yourself guys, you’ll start washing your hands all over. Hii ugonjwa haitaki kiburi.

hand washing

The next time you go shopping, buy a few bottles of hand sanitizer. It’s one of the tools of keeping Corona at bay.

3. Surface cleaners

Hygiene within the house is paramount from now on henceforth. You’ll have to clean  surfaces now and then. If you’re the type that keeps on tolerating visitors in your house, you’ll have to put that act of generosity at bay. Buy a few of these items to be on the safe side.

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4. Initmacy toys

Wa kunyonga monkey and those with wives this doesn’t concern you. Having those frequent visits of people of the opposite gender might become limited. You need a plan B to be safe. How else but with the use of toys. Dil*o is bae. It saves you the fear of catching Coronavirus or STI from a partner. Stay wise my fellow Kenyan!

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