COVID-19

FOUR POLICY MOVES GOVERNMENT MUST AVOID DURING THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY IN KENYA

There is no doubt that the policy choices for the year 2020 were changed drastically on March 13, 2020. This was the date when the first patient for COVID-19 was confirmed in Kenya. Since that time, the Ministry of Health has issued daily press statements recording the number of tests that have been conducted in Kenya, reiterated the messages on how to avoid infection with Sars Coronavirus 2 and urged Kenyans to observe physical distancing and to work from their homes.

UPDATE ON UNIVERSITY OPERATIONS

To all students, this is an update on University Operations from our VC Prof. S.G.Kiama based on the meeting of the University Senate held online yesterday, Tuesday March 31, 2020.

1. In the face of COVID-19 pandemic, several University staff/ Lecturers are working with the Government, giving advice and also educating the Kenyan community on various media platforms, about the pandemic.

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: UoN VC STEPHEN G. KIAMA RE-ENERGIZES DIGITAL LEARNING PLATFORMS

UPDATE FROM THE VC ON THE COVID-19:

Dear students, please watch this brief video on how learning will be ongoing via our digital platforms. You are not on holiday, the closure of the University was a safety measure. Learning is ongoing. How? Watch the video and check your emails regularly.