•The first case of Covid-19 in Kenya was reported on 12th March 2020.

It was Kenya's first case to be reported in Kenya since the beginning of the outbreak in China in December 2019.

Like most mothers, gospel artist Kambua says she had to make so many adjustments since the first Covid-19 case was reported in Kenya in 2020.

The mother of two says it's been an intense time not only for her but for many other mothers as well.

Through her socials, she says, "I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only mom who went into a panic when COVID hit last year.

I wondered how the pandemic would affect us, and especially my son. We had to make so many adjustments to this new way of living.

Social distancing, keeping our bubble-tight, the isolation, the anxiety, phew! It wasn't easy.

I thought of moms who lost their jobs in the pandemic, mom's who experienced new levels of abuse.

Mom's like me who were pregnant in the pandemic. Mom's who had to learn how to homeschool their children, However which way we look at it, it's been an insanely intense time.

How has it been for you, mothering during COVID? How have you adjusted? Please share, I'd love to hear."

The first case of Covid-19 in Kenya was reported on 12th March 2020.

It was Kenya's first case to be reported in Kenya since the beginning of the outbreak in China in December 2019.

The case was of a Kenyan citizen who travelled back to Nairobi returning from the United States of America via London, United Kingdom on the 5th March 2020.

She was confirmed positive by the National Influenza Centre Laboratory at the National Public Health Laboratories of the Ministry of Health. 

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