Kenya has recorded three more cases of the deadly coronavirus raising the number to 28.
The three have been confirmed by President Uhuru Kenyatta from State House.
Several other suspected cases have tested negative after several tests conducted on them.
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President Uhuru Kenyatta also confirmed that one patient has tested negative after contracting the virus,
He continued by saying that both the National and County government are working on ways to test suspected coronavirus patients timely.
The government is closely monitoring arrivals and those quarantined and self-quarantined to ensure their health is a top priority.
Kenyans have been urged to follow medical advise by health officials and most importantly ensure they adhere to regular hand washing.
Speaking following the address of the president , DP Willliam Ruto emphasized the need to sanitize and washing of hands.
“Dear Kenyans,HE Kenyatta has just outlined comprehensive measures by Gok to tackle the Covid-19 challenge and all of us have a part to play.
At the heart of stopping the spread of the virus is personal behaviour,washing hands,sanitizing, social distancing, avoid crowd,stay home.”