Tests analysis for three patients had had been put under isolation have revealed that the trio don't suffer from Coronavirus, according to government reports. Health Ministry stated, that all were in good condition, and more tests would be carried out abroad.
Among the trio, two had posed infections signs the moment they touched down on Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) from China on Sunday, prompting their isolation at Kenyatta National Hospital.
One of them reportedly from Beijing boarded a Kenyan flight to Dubai, while the other fellow landed from China through a plane belonging to South China Airlines. The third suspect was a Kenyan female student, following his arrival in Kenya on January 30, having breathing problems.
This led to her admission to Coast General Hospital adding to her private confinement in the same facility. "Following their identification, the three were isolated and samples collected for tests. The primary tests are negative," a statement by Health Ministry read.
Already the outbreak has claimed over 300 hundred lives with over 10,000 cases reported from different nationalities, Kenya exempted. Further WHO has declared the outbreak as a global emergency.
"...stringent measures have been put to prevent its importation into the country," added the Ministry, calling upon cooperation with medics, for all passengers arriving from China. Coronavirus origin was first traced in China, before the first victim died in Philippines.
Health Ministry on Friday said the results for the first suspect by South African analysts indicated no infection.