Covid-19 has killed millions of people around the world. Many are in hospitals fighting for their lives after contracting this deadly disease. Furthermore, there are different types of Covid-19 variants such as Delta, Alpha, Beta and others. The most deadly virus is delta which has killed millions of people. This variant was confirmed in Delta, India before spreading to other countries.
According to the source, today our country have recorded less Covid-19 positive cases compared to yesterday positive cases. The country have recorded 646 from the sample of 6,039 which is equivalent to 10.7%Furthermore, Nairobi County is leading with Covid-19 infections as it recorded 207 cases. It was followed by Garissa county with 74 cases. Look the screenshot from the source which shows today's Covid-19 distribution in the country. From today's Covid-19 updates it shows that our country has began to record low positive cases.
This comes in after our beloved president Uhuru Kenyatta introduce new directives in the country.
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