22 more cases of Covid-19 recorded in Kenya – Nairobi News

Twenty two new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the country in the last 24 hours, bringing the cumulative figure to 1214 positive cases.

Speaking during the daily media briefings on Sunday at Afya House, Health Ministry CAS Dr Rashid Aman said 10 of these news cases 10 were recorded in Nairobi, nine in Mombasa, while Nakuru, Kwale and Taita Taveta recorded one case each.

Seventeen of these new cases were male, while five were female aged between 24 and 73 years.

The tests results are from 1108 samples.

Meanwhile, three patients have been discharged from hospital bring the total number of recoveries to 383, while one patient has died bringing the total number of fatalities to 51.

At the same time, Dr Aman has appealed to Kenyans to continue complying with government directives.

“Our fight is not over, we know the inconvenience, but the partial lock down will not go one forever. Many people are complying with the measures. To the few who are not towing, follow suit to protect others,” he said.


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