In the past few days, the COVID-19 numbers in the country have been rising steadily.
The ministry of health has today delivered worrying news regarding the COVID-19 situation in Nairobi city. According to an update by the standard digital, the ministry now says that from statistics collected, 3 out of 5 people have Corona virus. This means that more than a half of people living in Nairobi are already infected.
However, many of the people living in Nairobi think that the statistics are exaggerated and do not represent the situation on the ground.
The worrying statistics comes at a time when rumours are doing rounds that president Uhuru might order a lockdown soon due to the rising numbers.
Today, 1,540 new cases were recorded, raising the total caseload to 124,707. 184 recoveries and 18 deaths were recorded in the last 24 hours. Nairobi continues to be the leading county in terms of number of cases. Today, 865 of the total 1,540 new cases were from Nairobi.
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