The government through the Ministry of Health confirmed taht a total of 44 patients have been released from isolation.
Speaking on Friday, CS Mutahi Kagwe confirmed that the 44 were being kept in isolation as the government monitors their situation.
So far the country has recorded seven coronavirus cases with the CS confirming that they are all under stable condition.
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Four other patients were taken in for testing as one turned out negative and is being prepared to be discharged.Results of the three others are yet to be released.
Restrictions have already been put in place especially on entertainment joints as places of businesses and supermarkets ordered to provide sanitizers.
The new measures will see entertainment joints including bars to be closed by 7:30 pm and ensure safe distances during working hours.
Hoe deliveries have been encouraged at this time from food vendors to minimize the risk involved with coronavirus.
Open air markets had already been banned in Kisumu effective immediately as other markets like Gikomba set to undergo thorough cleaning come Saturday 21st March.
Other measures introduced by Governors include waiver of mortuary fees and funerals in the next 48 hours.