COVID-19 cases rise to 110, deaths reach four in Kenya

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On Thursday, March 2, Kenya recorded two more deaths as a result of the Coronavirus disease crisis.

Cabinet Secretary of health, Mutahi Kagwe briefed that patients were in Nairobi and Mombasa, saying that Nairobi still tops with the highest number of cases in the country.

29 people tested positive from the 662 samples, the highest number tested in the country in a single day.

“Out of 662 samples, 29 people have tested positive for coronavirus, 28 of them are Kenyans and 1 is a Congolese. The total number of those who have tested positive in Kenya is now 110,” CS Kagwe said.

Unnecessary travel has been discouraged whereby the only movement of cargo will be allowed. CS urged Kenyans to strictly heed to the measures put across for combating the disease.

However, the country will report about 10,000 cases by the end of April if they defy the directives given to them by authorities.

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