Kenya has confirmed four new coronavirus cases in the country rising the number of infections to 42.
speaking on Sunday, CS Mutahi Kagwe said the four comprise of one Kenyan and three nationals.
Three out of the four new cases are from Nairobi with one being from Mombasa County rising the numbers in Nairobi to 31 while those from Mombasa to three.
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Kilifi County still remains second with six cases with Kwale and Kajiado recording one case each.
Kenyans have been called upon to come together to combat the virus before it takes over the country.
This includes following the stated measures set aside by the government and being n the front lie to report any cases.
Private companies have thanked for their contribution to the government as CS Mutahi Kagwe saying that the government resources are not enough.
He continued by warning that a time may come when schools within the country might be used to quarantine patients if Kenyans fail to combat the virus accordingly.