Nairobi — The Ministry of Health now says COVID-19 patients can resume work after 10 days of recovery.
They however, have to undergo another test to ascertain their negative status before they can start interacting with the public at workplaces or other public places.
"The first criteria is based on your symptoms. For the 10 days after the onset of your symptoms, you should not be having fever and you should not be using medicine to reduce it," said Dr Patrick Amoth, acting Director-General of Health at the Ministry of Health.
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