Watching Coronavirus in Kenya
Here in Kenya the sun is shining and a beautiful breeze is blowing through the house. But the house is where we have been, and largely stayed for over a week now since 16th of March, when schools closed and most families kept their children home. If it is somewhat frustrating for us, how must it be for those without a spacious house and a nice garden?
Kennedy Mkutu Agade (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Associate Professor of International Relations in United States International University-Africa, Nairobi.
This article was simultaneously published on the Blog Medical Anthropology. Witnessing Corona is a joint blog series by the Blog Medical Anthropology / Medizinethnologie, Curare: Journal of Medical Anthropology, the Global South Studies Center Cologne, and boasblogs.