The Ministry of Health today Announced a substantial increase in the number of Covid-19 infections in the Country especially in Nairobi County. According to their record Nairobi County recorded one hundred and fifty two cases. Something which sparkled mixed reactions among Kenyans who wanted to know whether ministry is still doing contact tracing as it used to be.
The Ministry used to contact tracing some days back which really help in fighting Covid-19 pandemic in the Country, however they attributed consistent increase in Covid-19 cases due to lack of contact.
The Ministry also confirmed that a total of six hundred twenty four people tested positive to the disease in the last 24 hours, marking a positivity rate of 9.4 per cent. Lucky enough three hundred and thirteen patients recovered from the disease today pushing total number of recoveries to one hundred and nineteen thousand two hundred and forty six.
From our news desk we advise Kenyans to adhere to Ministry of protocol and stay at home where necessary.
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