This is based on a sample of 3,124 people who were tested, with a positivity rate of 12.5%. 357 of those who tested positive were Kenyans, with the remainder being foreigners.
There are 204 females and 188 males among them. The youngest is a one-year-old baby, and the oldest is 87. So far, 333,290 people have tested positive for this virus out of a total sample of 1,753,920 people tested since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the country.
In terms of county distribution, Nairobi had the highest number, with 169 people testing today. Remarks from C's for Health Kenyans are shocked after these remarks that the new number of COVID-19 cases is increasing today. Now Kenyans must be concerned that this disease could endanger Kenyans.
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