Kenya has continued to record surge in Covid-19 despite the strict rules and regulations put in place by the national government to contain this disease. According to Ministry of health data, today the country recorded eight hundred and one new cases marking 13.7 positivity rate.
This comes at time when the cabinet secretary for Health and the head of state were in Kilifi County where President Uhuru flagged off the Kenya Malaria Army and witnessed a demonstration on the use of drones in mapping and outdoor spraying of malaria breeding sites.
According to today's data, Nairobi County recorded the highest number of infection at three hundred and nineteen cases, something that elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans who demanded that the County should be put under lockdown to help reduce the spread of this disease.
From our news desk we ask Kenyans to always adhere to Ministry of Health protocols to help the government in fighting the war against Covid-19.
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