Covid-19 pandemic in the country has continued to worsen as per the reports from the ministry of health. Cases are actually unpredictable and no one can tell what will be recorded next. The same applies in the positivity rate of the country.
According to the reports from the ministry of health on Wednesday, 21st July, the country has recorded a total of 503 confirmed positive cases after a sample test of 4, 060 individuals were tested in the last twenty four hours.
As per the reports the positivity rate is at 12.4 per cent which means the country has recorded an increament of 1.2 per cent compared to the 11.2 per cent recorded on Tuesday 20th July.
The total confirmed cases stands at 194, 310 while the cumulative tests stands at 2, 068, 760.
According to reports, the country has again lost 11 more individuals due to the virus bringing the total fatalities at 3, 811.
On other hand, in terms of Counties, it is with no doubt that Nairobi is still the hotspot of the virus. The county has recorded a total of 334 new cases. Out of the 503 cases Nairobi County has contributed above 50 per cent of the total cases.
Good news is that a good number of people have recovered from the disease.
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