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Coronavirus death’s in Kenya rise to 6, cases to 158

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The number of deaths caused by the deadly coronavirus in the country has risen to 6.

This after President Uhuru Kenyatta announced two more on Monday evening.

Also on the rise is the number of positive cases which shot from 142 to 158 in 24 hours.

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Four more people were also confirmed to have fully recovered from the virus.

Speaking from State House, President Uhuru Kenyatta noted that Nairobi led with the highest number of cases at at 82% with Kilifi, Mombasa and Kwale completing the rest.

Kenyans were ordered from now henceforth to wear masks when in public places as a measure to curb COVID-19.

Nairobi was with immediate effect ordered restricted movement in and out of the city including buses, motorbikes, planes and trains for a period of 21 days.

Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale will follow suit come Wednesday 7 pm for a period of 21 days.

The President promised to take other strict measures as the situation is being monitored closely.


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