Kenya Sustains the Trend of Reduced New Virus Cases With 183 New Infections
Kenya Thursday recorded 183 cases of COVID-19, in a sustained trend of reduced rate of infection.
This now raises the country’s national caseload to 36,576 since the first case was reported 6 months ago.
The Chief Administrative Secretary of the Ministry of Health Dr Mercy Mwangangi said of those infected, 14 are foreigners, with the oldest victim aged 80-year-old.
At the same time, the country’s cases of recoveries from the disease rose to 23, 611, after 83 patients were declared free of the disease.
However, the disease has also claimed 5 lives, raising the death toll to 642.