Kenyans have reacted positively on the report generated by the ministry of health about the Covid-19 situation in the country.
As per Tuesday's report from the ministry of health, the country's positivity rate is at 7.5 per cent even if it is an increase comparing to what was recorded on Monday. The total number of new cases was revealed to be four hundred and sixty nine (469) this is after a total sample of six thousand, two hundred and fort four (6,244) individuals were tested.
The sad news was that eight new fatalities were recorded this summing up to 3021 deaths since the country reported its first case of corona in March, 2020.
Kenyans have reacted on the positivity rate and the number of new cases after a huge sample was tested. Below is how they have shared their opinions.
@Simon_Ke; Tunashukuru Mungu sana ni watu wengi wamepimwa leo lakini new cases si kubwa sana🙏🙏
@Allan Lubisia; No lockdown should be expected ahead since the positivity rate is reducing.
@Mulwa Kelvin; Aki tumechoka na mambo ya lockdown tunaomba yaishe kabisa.
This is after the reports from the ministry of health reveals that the number of new cases has also reduced after a huge sample was tested.
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