Today, 181 people have tested positive for Coronavirus disease, out of 2,131 samples tested. This brings to 8,067 our case load of those confirmed positive. Our Cumulative samples tested so far, now stands at 191,394.
From today’s cases, 179 are Kenyans, while 2 are foreigners. 123 are males, and 58 are females. The youngest is a four month old infant, while the oldest is 79 years.
The cases are distributed in the counties of;
➡️ Nairobi 134,
➡️Uasin Gishu 1, and
Nairobi cases are from; Dagoretti North 21, Embakasi East 21, Embakasi South 16, Westlands 11, Starehe 9, Mathare 8, Roysambu 8, Langata 6, Embakasi Central 5, Embakasi West 5, Kasarani 5, Makadara 5, Kibra 4, Dagoretti South 3, Embakasi North 3, Kamukunji 3, & Ruaraka 1.
In Kiambu, the 19 cases are in, Thika (7), Limuru (3), Ruiru (3), Kabete (2), Kiambu Town (2), Juja (1), and Kikuyu (1). In Mombasa, the 9 cases are in; Jomvu (3), Kisauni (2), Mvita (2), Likoni (1), and Nyali (1).
➡️kajiado 6 cases are in Kajiado North 3, Kajiado East 2 & Kajiado West 1.
➡️Machakos, 6 cases are in Athi River.
➡️Lamu 3 cases are in Lamu West.
➡️Murang’a 2 cases are in Kiharu.
➡️Uasin Gishu (1) case in Ainabkoi
➡️Kiriyanga with (1) case in Mwea East.
We have discharged 127 patients have from various hospitals, bringing to 2,414 the total number of recoveries. We thank our healthcare workers for the good work.
On a sad note we lost four (4) patients to the disease, bringing to 164 the total fatality in the country. Our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the departed.
This comes after President Uhuru Kenyatta has lifted the cessation of movement in and out of Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera effective 4.00 am tomorrow. Curfew in Kenya still remains in place for a further 30 days.
President Uhuru Kenyatta: Only 100 congregates will be allowed to worship in church for a maximum of one hour. Sunday schools and madrassas will remain closed.