Nairobi is leading in the number of positive coronavirus cases with two patients currently at the Agha Khan Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The other 29 patients who are coronavirus positive are in stable condition while one died yesterday evening, 26th March 2020, at the Agha Khan hospital being the first Kenyan death to the deadly virus.
The two patients who are in the Agha Khan hospital are male with one being a French national and a Kenyan.
Coronavirus Hot Spots In Kenya
Nairobi -21 cases
Kilifi – 6 cases
Mombasa – 2 cases
Kajiado – 1 case
Kwale – 1 case
There are 19 males and 12 females across the country who have tested positive for coronavirus in Kenya according to Health CS Mutahi Kagwe.
Kenya currently has identified 1067 contacts with 147 already discharged with 931 being observed in their 14-day quarantine.
Kenya has so far tested 752 people for coronavirus and has had 31 test positive with one dead and one discharged bringing the number to 29 who are alive
The Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai has urged members of the public to be in their houses by 7 pm to avoid conflict with police officers spread out in the country to enforce the order by the president.