Kenya has continued to record surge in Covid- 19 infections cases despite strict rules and regulations put in place by the national government to curb or contain the spread of coranavirus in the Country.
According to Ministry of health data the Country recorded two hundred and eighty seven new infections, marking a positivity rate of 10.6 with Nairobi County recording the highest number of infection at ninety five.
Lake region counties have been struggling with surging number of Covid - 19 for sometime now especially Siaya and Kisumu however according to today's briefing Kisumu county recorded zero cases of Covid - 19. Something has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans online who demanded to know why Kisumu was not in the list after recording twelve cases yesterday. Siaya County on the other hand recorded seventeen new cases.
From our news desk we advise Kenyans to wear face masks, avoid social gathering and stay at home during this Covid - 19 period.
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