It has been a while when Kenyans were almost loosing hope over a spike of Covid 19 cases. Everything now seems to follow a new twist after a consistent reduction of Covid 19 rates of infections. Maybe, Kenya is approaching the winning line if the trends continue declini ministry of health, Dr Mutahi Kagwe has revealed that the rates reduced to 10.9% over the past 24 hours. This is a reduction of 1.5% from 12.4% that was recorded yesterday. This was recorded from a sample size one thousand seven hundred and seventy nine after which only one hundred and ninety four.
This are actually the lowest positive cases that have been recorded over the past one month. The fight against Covid 19 seems to be channelling to the positive side as Kenyans are now boosting to have done a massive work towards obtaining such results. Kenyans have reacted online over the low positivity rates claiming that indeed they'll win against the pandemic.
However, I would like to remind you that this is not the end. Kenyans should continue with the same spirit and determination of fighting against Covid 19 as that's the only way more good results will be achieved.
Dr Mutahi Kagwe
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