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Distribution of Covid-19 Cases In Kenya Since The Pandemic Broke Out

Coronavirus virus disease started from China in Wuhan City in 2019. The deadly killed many people in China before spreading to rest of other nations in the world.

Data that is compiled every hour by Johns Hopkins University indicate that more than 165 million people in the world have contracted covid-19 with nearly 3.5 fatalities.

Kenya reported its first case in March last year by the Ministry of Health. Since that time, cases have spread to all corners. As of now 166,876 cases have been confirmed from a cumulative tests of 1,763,274.

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe in a past covid-19 address. Photo/Courtesy/File

From the total number of infections 3,040 Kenyans have succumbed to the virus. What is giving many a ray of hope is that 114,285 people have recovered.

All the 47 counties have registered cases.

Nairobi 74,234, Mombasa 11,639, Kiambu 10,538, Nakuru 8,481, Uasin Gishu 5,442, Machakos 4,614, Kajiado 4,401, Kisumu 3,938, Kilifi 3,808, Busia 3,721, Kericho 2,930, Meru 2,436, Nyeri 2,012, Kitui 1,770, Kakamega 1,674, Turkana 1,665, Bungoma 1,582, Kisii 1,496, Muranga 1,485, Laikipia 1460, Trans Nzoia 1394, Migori 1353, Siaya 1144, Garissa 1129, Nandi 1126, Embu 1062, Taita-Taveta 1052, Makueni 947, Nyandarua 888, Kirinyaga 770, Nyamira 717, Bomet 696, Narok 635, Homa Bay 609, Baringo 538, Kwale 530, Tharaka Nithi 428, Isiolo 395, Lamu 332, vihiga 324, Mandera 265, West Pokot 254, Marsabit 239, Samburu 233, Elgeyo Marakwet 194, Tana River 112 and Wajir 97

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