Since the outbreak of COVID 19 pandemic in the country, the Ministry of Health has been giving daily updates on COVID 19 situation in the country. According to the Ministry of Health, today 646 people have tested positive out of 6,039 samples tested. The sad news to the Kenyans is that 30 more patients have succumbed to the disease in the country hence bringing the total cumulative fatalities to 4,487.
The Ministry of Health has been updating on current COVID 19 positive cases, county distribution, number of daily recoveries and deaths. In terms of county distribution, there are counties which have been recording less cases in recent times. These counties include Homa Bay, Kilifi, Kisumu, Siaya, Trans Nzoia, Kwale, Bomet, West Pokot, Samburu and Vihiga. The above mentioned counties have been either recording less than 10 positive cases or zero cases.
The citizens from these counties should have something to smile for as the COVID 19 situation is atleast dropping as opposed to others. The government can now lift curfew from these counties and allow people to carry out their normal business.
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