72 more test positive for Coronavirus now 2093 in Kenya – Health CAS Dr Rashid Aman

Out of 2,892 samples tested in the last 24 hours;
?72 people tested positive for the virus
? 2,093 – total number of positive cases.
? 82,946 – total number of samples tested so far. Health CAS Dr. Rashid Aman

Distribution of new cases;
?Nairobi, 39
?Busia, 13
?Mombasa, 8
?Kajiado, 4
?Migori, 3
?Kiambu, 2
?Garissa, 2
?Kisumu, 1

The 39 cases in Nairobi are from;
?Kibra, 16
?Embakasi South, 8
?Ruaraka, 5
?Westlands, 5
?Langata, 2
?Embakasi West, Starehe & Dagoretti North have one case each.

Mombasa, 8 cases are from; ?Mvita, 2
?Changamwe, 2
?Kisauni, 2)
?Likoni and Nyali have one case each.

In Kajiado 4 cases are from;
?Namanga Border point, 3
?Kitengela 1

?Migori, all 3 cases are from Isebania border point.
?Kiambu 2 cases are from Githunguri.
?Garissa, 2 cases are from Garissa Town
?Kisumu, 1 case is from Kisumu Central.

Out of 72 positive cases 50 are males and 22 are females.

The youngest is 11 years old, while the oldest is 73 years.

Today, we have discharged 17 patients from our various hospitals. This now brings to 499 the total number of those who have so far recovered from the disease.

We thank God and our healthcare workers for this great achievement.

Today we lost another two patients to the coronavirus disease, bringing our total number of fatalities to 71. Our heartfelt condolences to their families and friends.

Since we started the targeted testing activity, the high numbers that have turned up for testing has helped us to identify, & isolate various epicentres, & deploy appropriate containment measures; Dr. Rashid Aman, Chief Administrative Secretary.

The numbers we have been witnessing from targeted testing firms that the virus is firmly established within our community & none of us is safe from contracting the virus. We therefore need each other to defeat this disease by adhering to the containment measures.

Hand washing, sanitizing, where possible, maintaining social and physical distance, should become part of our daily lifestyles.

The containment measures need to be complemented with a changed health lifestyle, which include eating balanced foods, exercising & avoiding situations that would lead to mental stress among others.

Eating healthy, getting enough sleep, and exercising is not only key to fight the Coronavirus disease, but is also critical for one’s overall wellness.

Our facilities are there to serve you. We have put in place infection control measures and we are encouraging you to seek medical care if you are unwell,” Dr. Rashid Aman.

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