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A team of researchers in Kilifi and Mombasa counties have begun conducting a study on the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic on healthcare workers. The study is aimed at knowing the difference in how male and female healthcare workers suffered from the COVID-19 impacts. The researchers say this will aid them in coming up with policies that will help in future emergency preparedness and response.
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Research on Covid-19 effects on health providers begins in Kilifi and Mombasa.
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