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Superfoam supports MP Shah hospital in coronavirus fight 

Posted By : Justice Bimpeh
Superfoam supports MP Shah hospital in coronavirus fight
Superfoam supports MP Shah hospital in coronavirus fight

Superfoam has partnered with MP Shah hospital Nairobi in the wake of the current coronavirus situation by providing mattresses and pillows ensuring the hospital is well equipped for the current situation as Kenya fights back.

As a world class sleep solution provider, this was an attempt to ensure patients of MP Shah hospital get maximum rest for their recovery during the Covid- 19 Pandemic.

Superfoam Limited by this donation exhibited utmost social responsibility and played a major role in fighting the spread as well as the eradication of the current pandemic.

“We believe that as a brand, it is our responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of fellow Kenyans and victims of the Covid-19 through the donation of comfortable mattresses and pillows. We want to wish all the patients a good and comfortable sleep and quick recovery as well.” Sanskrati Shetty, Superfoam Limited Marketing manager remarked.

Superfoam Limited promises to work hand in hand with Kenyans to fight the Coronavirus pandemic in all means possible.

Kenya's cases rise to 142

The number of coronavirus cases in Kenya increased to 142 after 16 people tested positive.

Health Chief Administrative Secretary Mercy Mwangangi on Sunday said the new patients include 15 Kenyans and a Nigerian.

She said the 16 people have been moved into isolation in various facilities and contact tracing is ongoing. The ages of the confirmed cases range between 22 to 66 years.

"We have so far monitored 1,833 contacts and out of this number 1,384 have been discharged. Currently, there are 449 contacts that we are actively tracing," Dr Mwangangi said.

The government has directed families of patients who succumb to coronavirus to bury kin within 24 hours; mourners restricted to 15.

The 16 cases were discovered after the ministry conducted tests on 530 samples. Nine of those who tested positive were from quarantine facilities, while seven were from contact tracing; 11 patients had travel history while five were infected locally.