CS MUTAHI KAGWE: Nairobi accounts for 60% of all COVID-19 cases, it requires an increased capacity and that is why we are here at the Kenyatta University Referral Hospital
CS MUTAHI KAGWE: Slowing the COVID-19 curve is very vital to us, I want to thank all Kenyans who are strictly adhering to the containment measures
CS MUTAHI KAGWE: I’m glad to say that most Kenyans are taking COVID-19 measures as well as obeying the rules; we need to keep health care workers safe in this fight, we will address all issues arising as soon as possible.
BREAKING NEWS: Today 671 people have tested positive for COVID-19 out of the 6,200 samples tested in the last 24 hours. Total cases have now risen to 23,873. Cumulative samples that have been tested so far are 329,123.
CS MUTAHI KAGWE: 633 of the new cases are Kenyans while 38 are foreigners. 413 constitute males while females are 258. The youngest patient today is a 3-year-old child while the oldest is a 94-year-old.
Distribution of the cases: Nairobi-376, Kiambu-112, Machakos-20, Kisumu-16. Mombasa continues to register a decline in the cases, recording 6 today.
BREAKING NEWS: 603 patients have recovered from the disease. 436 are from the home-based care programs while 167 were discharged from various hospitals across the country.
BREAKING NEWS: 3 patients have succumbed to the virus. Death toll due to COVID-19 climbs to 391.