The attention of kenyans have been shifted from Kisumu to other counties. This is after Kisumu county fails to appear at the top or leading in the news for now two consecutive days.
Cases in Kisumu County has continued to drop slowly, according to the ministry of health, yesterday 10th June, the county had 70 cases from the previous on 9th June where the new positive cases were 100. Today the Ministry Of Health has revealed that Kisumu has recorded 35 cases.
Similar to Nairobi county which has also recorded a decrease in the new cases as per Today's Covid-19 updates. It has recorded 90 cases compared to the 152 cases reported on 10th, June.
It is very unfortunately that two more counties have shoot up and displaced Kisumu in terms of new cases. Busia county in the western region has today appeared at top two after recording 72 new cases followed by Siaya County in the Nyanza region after recording 71 new positive cases.
Actually, the two counties have today break the record and much should be done in the regions by the government in order to curb the virus. If at all the president decide to lock the counties that are under high infection rate then, Siaya and Busia will be among them.
The regions should be given first priorities in the vaccination process as well as in Kisumu and Nairobi counties. Kenyans have nothing to celebrate about since the positivity rate is still high and therefore, anything can happen.
Let observe all protective and preventive measures of Covid-19 in all cases so as to end the pandemic.
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