A prominent Kenyan doctor is waiting for his results after developing coronavirus symptoms.
Ahmed Kaleb, the co-founder and chief executive of Lancet Laboratories, tweeted that he had self-isolated after developing fever and cough.
The doctor said he had traveled to Rwanda last week.
He told BBC Newsday program that he was taking precautions, although he suspected he had contracted common flu from his children.
People on Twitter have been wishing him well and congratulating him for self-isolating:
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