Health, human development and overall wellbeing are highly intertwined and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) makes this most implicit especially for the low and middle-income countries. More than ever, there is a need to develop a functional health system that fosters social economic political development in developing countries such as Kenya. This paper makes a case for expanded social-psychological interventions patterns for the management of COVID-19. The aim is to develop a model for health-care investment amidst COVID-19 and provide the operations and structure of strategies leading to successful management of the epidemic. This involves a comprehensive social-psychological approach in the health-care system that fosters improved health and wellbeing through a more wide-ranging understanding to enhance the involvement of the individual, family, community and nations. The framework examines the various intervention strategies in COVID-19 as well as the underlying engrossment in the strategies with an aim of successfully involving the individual in a systematic social psychological understanding of COVID-19. The model provided is relevant to health-care strategies in post-COVID-19.