COVID-19 is currently the immediate most serious health pandemics not only in Kenya but also in Africa and indeed the rest of the world.
The disease continues to wrec havoc throughout all the parts of the country, affecting communities in different ways.
Today, the able ministry of health Cabinet Secretary (CS) Mutahi Kagwe has announced that the country has recorded a total of 302 cases of the virus after testing 3,038 people in the last 24 hours. The update now means that Kenya has 83,618 COVID-19 cases so far since March.
Today’s COVID-19 Update, 302 people have tested positive for the virus, from a sample size of 3,038 tested in the last 24 hours, bringing to 83,618 the number of confirmed positive cases in the country. The cumulative tests are now 888,971. From the cases, 286 are Kenyans while 16 are foreigners. 191 are males and 111 females. The youngest is a one-year-old baby, while the oldest is 83. The cases are distributed in the Counties of; Nairobi 134, Kajiado 26, Kisumu 17, Kitui 16, Marsabit 16, Nyeri 16, Mombasa 13, Meru 13, Machakos 13, Nakuru 9, Kiambu 9, Uasin Gishu 8, Embu 2, Busia 2, Kilifi 1, Laikipia 1, Murang’a 1, Kakamega 1, Makueni 1, Samburu 1, Tana River 1, Kericho 1. – Ministry Of Health
This is how Kenyans have reacted to this latest update that shows relatively few COVID-19 numbers as compared to what has been witnessed in the recent past.
Confra: Could there be ways to characterize health facilities appropriately into their levels, private or public and respective outcome for those admitted so as to assess and foster adoption of best practices to improve outcome for all facilities?
Sinitch: We are healing We will overcome Give credit to the frontline workers they are doing an amazing job.
Reuben: I think it’s time now we tell people what to do if one gets colona rather than briefing and pocketing our money.