Distribution of The New 1,494 Covid-19 Cases Per Counties, Sub-Counties

On Wednesday Kenya recorded the highest ever covid-19 cases since the country recorded its first case in March 2020.

According to the Ministry of Health, a total of 1,494 people have tested positive for the virus, from a sample size of 8,839 tested in the last 24 hours.

The new record now brings to 58,587 the number of confirmed positive cases in the country. So far, the total number of cumulative tests now stands at 717,172.

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Of the new cases, 1,453 are Kenyans while 41 are foreigners. On a positive note, 586 patients have recovered from the disease, 413 from the Home-Based Care Program, while 173 have been discharged from various hospitals. Total recoveries now stand at 38,381.

However, on a sad note, 12 patients have succumbed to the disease bringing the fatality to 1,051.

Nairobi county still leads with the highest cases, recording a total of 414, followed by Nakuru with 188 and Mombasa with 173

The distribution of the 1494 Covid-19 cases in counties is as follows: Nairobi – 414, Nakuru – 188, Mombasa – 173, Kiambu – 150, Uasin Gishu – 107, Turkana – 52, Kilifi – 50, Garissa and Taita Taveta – 35, Kajiado, Baringo and West Pokot – 31, Laikipia and Kisumu – 28, Murang’a – 14, Machakos – 13, Nyandarua, Meru and Siaya – 12, Elgeyo Marakwet – 11, Embu and Kericho – 10, Narok – 9, Kitui and Makueni – 6, Bomet – 5, Marsabit and Kakamega – 4, Lamu and Samburu – 3, Kwale, Kisii and Tana River – 2 and Nyamira – 1.

Here are the distributions per sub-counties;

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