Her daily briefs to Kenyans on the developments around Covid-19 pandemic in the country have not fallen short.
The seemingly reserved doctor surprised Kenyans when she broke into a dance on Saturday, October 10, while addressing residents of Othaya on Covid-19 situation in the country.
Dressed in black pants and a flowered top, Mwangangi got down to a popular song dubbed ‘Kwata Kawaya‘ which loosely translates to playing a guitar.
In her dance, the CAS made moves; lifting and shaking her leg before passing over the microphone.
The CAS explained that although the country was experiencing a spike in positive Covid-19 cases, there was no need for alarm over a second wave.
She was speaking while launching oxygen machines at Othaya Level Six hospital.
“Yes, there may be spikes here and there, but that does not mean we are in a second surge, because it is determined by a number of factors.
“These are factors we might have to review not in a period of three days. Perhaps a period of two weeks to one month,” she explained.
The country recorded a spike of 538 more Covid-19 positive cases on Saturday alone from a sample size of 6,872.
The rise increased total recorded cases in the country to 41,158.