Covid-19 Testing at Kenya Navy

Kenya Navy personnel and families line up to take the COVID 19 test.

The Kenya Navy is engaged in mass testing of its Service Personnel and their families for COVID-19 aimed at fighting the pandemic.

The exercise dubbed ‘Komesha Korona’ is part of the measures taken by the seamen to keep the disease at bay given that they operate in the coastal region that has recorded high numbers of coronavirus infections since the first case was recorded in the country.

This is in addition to the various preventive measures put in place as guided by the Ministry of Defence that include wearing of masks, washing hands and ensuring social distance.

Senior sergeant Obed Maasai of Headquarter Kenya Navy have his sample taken during the COVID-19 test exercise.

Senior sergeant Obed Maasai of Headquarter Kenya Navy have his sample taken during the COVID-19 test exercise.

One of the family members undergoing COVID-19 test procedures during the mass testing exercise

One of the family members undergoing COVID-19 test procedures during the mass testing exercise.

Corporal David Ouma being tested for COVID 19 in the ongoing mass testing exercise at Kenya navy Base Mtongwe.

Corporal David Ouma being tested for COVID 19 in the ongoing mass testing exercise at Kenya navy Base Mtongwe.