Kenya is feeling the economic effects of the coronavirus, despite having recorded no infections, as imports from China are dropping over travel bans for people and restrictions on goods. Airlines are incurring losses and small traders in Kenya fear their stocks will soon be finished and they will be out of business. Ruud Elmendorp reports from Nairobi.
In Kenya's remote island communities near the border with Somalia, the threat from al-Shabab militants has scared away most medical personnel. But one group of volunteers the Safari Doctors - is braving the danger to provide much-needed regular health care to the area's most vulnerable. Ruud Elmendorp reports from Lamu County, Kenya.