As the total number of cases in Kenya hits 158, the government has added 30 more days to the ban for international passenger flights into and from the country as efforts to curb the crisis. The analysis of the transmission of the disease is as follows:
- 2,050 are in quarantine facilities, whereby 74 of them have tested positive so far.
- About 1 out of 8 of all local transmissions are children.
- 18-year-olds – infected victims have a travel history to other countries.
- 15-year-olds – have no travel history
- 6-year-olds – have no travel history
- 2 years and 8 months have no travel history
The 16 new cases are the ones that bring the number to 158. Nairobi is the city with more cases in the country.