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Stigma, fears of quarantine hinder Kenya’s COVID-19 fight

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Stigma, fears of quarantine hinder Kenya’s COVID-19 fight

Stigma, fears of quarantine hinder Kenya’s COVID-19 fight

COVID-19 testing ramps up across worst-affected parts of Kenya, but many are worried they will be forced into quarantine.

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