According to today's press release by the Ministry of Health Kenya, today the country has reported the lowest number of COVID 19 Infections in the last 24 hours. Total number of cases recorded today of this highly contagious viral disease is 241. This now brings the total number of people who have contracted the disease to 151,894 since the first case was recorded in March Last year. Todays positive cases were drawn form a sample size of 2,515 bringing today's positivity rate to below 10 percent. This is now a good sign as the number of positive cases being recorded in the country have reduced tremendously in the past 3 days.
Total number cumulative samples taken in the country from March now stands at 1,605,847.
In past 24 hours, a total of 636 patients have recovered from this viral disease. 487 of these were from Home Based and Isolation Care while the remaining 149 are from various hospitals within the country, this now brings the total number of people who have recovered from the disease to 102,278. Cumulative discharges from Home Based and Isolation Care stands at 74,292 and those from various hospitals are 27,986.
Sadly we have lost 20 people to the disease today. This now brings the total number of those who have succumbed to the virus to 2,501.
As of today a total of 1,651 patients have been admitted in various hospitals in the country with 6,161 others being in under Home Based and Isolation Care.
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