Kenya Records 38 New COVID-19 Cases

A sample size of 581 people who were tested in the past 24 hours for COVID-19 resulted in 38 cases of infection, according to the Ministry of Health (MoH).
In a statement to newsrooms on Sunday, the Health Cabinet Secretary Susan Nakhumicha noted that 20 of these people are men and 18 are women, with the youngest being 3 years old and the oldest being 78.

There have been a total of 341,924 confirmed positive cases out of 3,945,331 completed testing.

The instances were reported in a number of counties, including 32 in Nairobi, two each in Nakuru and Siaya, and one each in Kiambu and Nyeri.

CS Nakumicha further mentioned that 84 patients who participated in the program for home-based care and isolation recovered from their illnesses.

“According to a portion of the statement, this brings the overall number of recoveries to 335,635, of which 281,946 are from the HomeBased Care and Isolation program and 53,689 are from various health facilities across the nation.

No fatalities happened in the previous day, thus the overall total is still 5,684.

While 605 people are enrolled in the Home-Based Isolation and Care program, 25 individuals have been admitted to various healthcare facilities.

“One more patient in the general ward is receiving additional oxygen.

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