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WHO disputes the theory that Covid19 originated from a wet market in Wuhan

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Covid19, as it is called, is a respiratory virus first reported in December 2019 in China.

Its name Covid19 came along as it is a coronavirus that emerged in 2019, hence the name covid19.

It quickly spread in many parts of the world and caused havoc in many parts of the world. The most affected areas being Italy, Spain, America, etc.

In Kenya, the first case was reported on 12th March 2020, and since then, the numbers have tremendously increased like bushy fire. Lockdown was introduced later on, and all was brought to a standstill.

Corona venom created a situation that made many Kenyans lose their jobs. The Kenyan economy slowly went on its knees, leading to the closure of businesses.

Large and small scale businesses were not spared as we experienced the fall of a big wig Tuskys.

Since its inception, we all believed that Covid19 originated from the Wet Market in China, but W.H.O has officially disputed the claim, and investigations have officially begun.

The actual origin is suspected to be in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. W.H.O investigators will be visiting Wuhan. Beijing is covering up any lead information on its origin.
Now that life is back to normalcy, and China is pushing another theory that the virus itself didn’t originate from China. It’s yet to be seen whether Beijing will give WHO officials the necessary cooperation during the investigation.
Being first-hand caregivers, Kenyan medics have suffered big blows for losing several medics in the health unit.
With this and many more, the Kenyan Health system has deteriorated and slowly collapsing as the Kenyan government is watching from far.
Sorrow may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning, it is written in the holy books.
This has come with some meaning as the scientists have officially launched a coronavirus vaccine that has seen approval from the WHO and its officially being used, the recent being President-Elect, Joe Biden, the 46th US President.