Thanks, David. LIke much of Africa, coronavirus has been slow to spread in Kenya, with only a few cases so far. The government is taking measures, eg curfew from 7 pm to 5 am, banning public gatherings, closing schools and bars, encouraging people to work from home, social distancing, handwashing, etc, and has banned all movement in and out of Greater Nairobi and three coastal counties. People have been fined for not wearing a mask in public, and arrested for holding parties. But it's very difficult for poor people living in crowded shanty towns to practice social distancing, so we're still waiting to see if it escalates. If it does, the health services are likely to be overstretched.
We're fine. We live on our own property in the bush 60 km from Nairobi, and we can still go shopping in our nearest small town 25 km away. My wife is working from home, and I'm semi-retired so I'm actually enjoying being at home and working on my model railway. It's progressing much faster than I had expected, as I've been working on it up to six or seven hours a day the last few weeks. I've posted about it here on Railroad.Net (https://www.railroad.net/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=169661) and also on the Friends of the Rail Forum (http://friendsoftherail.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=365). I've just updated it today with a lot more photos.