Ministry of Health led by CS Mutahi Kagwe has announced that 392 people tested positive to corona virus disease in the last twenty four hours. This comes from a sample of 3,124 people who were tested,a positivity rate of 12.5%. 357 of those who tested positive are Kenyans and the remaining are foreigners.
204 of them are females while 188 are males. The youngest is one year old baby and the oldest is 87 years old. Up to now, 333,290 people have tested positive to this virus from a cumulative sample of ,753,920 people who have been tested since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the country.
In terms of distribution per counties, Nairobi recorded the highest number as 169 people tested positive to the virus in the last twenty four hours. Nakuru county comes second with 43, Siaya 27, Kilifi 22, Kiambu 21, Mombasa 17, Trans Nzoia county recorded 12 cases, Uasin Gishu county recorded eleven cases and also Muranga county recorded 11 cases. Check the remaining counties in the post below.On the positive news, 246 patients are reported to have recovered in the last twenty four hours, 230 of them are from Home Based and isolation care program and 16 are from various health facilities across the country.Kenyans are urged to strictly adhere to the set COVID-19 protocols so as to curb the spread of this sixth wave in the country. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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