Kenya has today registered 183 COVID-19 cases after testing 2,061 samples in the last 24 hours bringing the viral load in Kenya to 8,250 in total according to Health CS Mutahi Kagwe.
The 2,061 samples tested in the last 24 hours raises the total of samples tested for COVID-19 to 193,455 according to Health CS Mutahi Kagwe who has noted that the number of samples tested today is low than had been done several days earlier.
Out of the 183 COVID-19 samples, 177 are Kenyans while six are foreigners with 119 of the 183 being males and 64 being females as announced by Health CS Mutahi Kagwe.
The 183 COVID-19 positive samples confirmed in the last 24 hours are in:
The 100 COVID-19 positive cases announced in Nairobi are spread in, Westlands-30, Kibra-20, Dagoretti North-17, Lang’ata-8, Embakasi East, Emabkasi South, Makadara – 5 each.
The youngest of the 183 COVID-19 cases announced is a 4-year-old while the eldest is a 79-year-old according to Health CS Kagwe
Kenya has also registered 90 recoveries in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of recoveries to 2, 504 while sadly three more Kenyans have succumbed to COVID-19 raising the total number of fatalities in Kenya to 167.
✔️2,061 samples tested in the past 24 hours
✔️193,455 samples tested so far
✔️183 new positive cases today
✔️ 8,250 Total confirmed cases
✔️90 recoveries today
✔️ 2,504 Total discharged & recovered
✔️3 fatalities today
✔️ 167 Total fatalities#KomeshaCorona pic.twitter.com/uB5R3sFmxB
— Ministry of Health (@MOH_Kenya) July 7, 2020