Kenya on Wednesday recorded the highest number of Covid-19 recoveries since the first case was reported in March, with 4,328 patients discharged in the past 24 hours. 4,222 were discharged under the home based care and 106 from different hospitals. The Ministry of Health has said the total recoveries have reached 31,659.
321 new cases have been confirmed however, out of a sample size of 4,342, bringing the country’s total caseload to 39,907. 309 are Kenyans while 12 are foreigners. The youngest is a 9-month old child and the oldest is 88-years-old. The fatalities have risen to 748, after 5 more patients succumbed to the virus.
The new cases in the Counties are distributed as follows; Nairobi 109, Nakuru 37, Trans Nzoia 32, Mombasa 31, Kisumu 16, Narok 16, Kisii 15, Uasin Gishu 12, Meru 9, Kilifi 8, Kiambu 7, Siaya 5, Laikipia 5, Kajiado 4, Kericho 3, Machakos 2, Migori 2, Bomet, Homa Bay, Kitui, Lamu, Marsabit, Nandi, Nyandarua and Tharaka-Nithi have one case each.