Kenya’s COVID-19 cases have on Monday rise to 35,205 after 102 new positive cases were confirmed by the Ministry of Health.
Confirming the new numbers was Health CAS Rashid Aman who said 2,668 samples were tested bringing to 477,145 the cumulative number of samples tested.
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All the new cases are Kenyans except 19 who are Kenyans aged between 1-year and 86-years. The number of males is 51 and females 51
A total of 80 patients recovered in the last 24 hours comprising of 30 home-based patients and the rest from various hospital. This brings to 21,310 the number of confirmed recoveries.
The number of deaths is however 1 shy of 600 after two patients succumbed to the virus in the same period of time.