Kenya’s confirmed coronavirus cases have risen to 1029 after 66 more people tested positive, Health Cabinet Secretary (CS) Mutahi Kagwe has said today.
Speaking during the Covid-19 daily briefs, CS Kagwe said 64 of the new cases are Kenyans while while two are foreigners. This is the highest number since the first case recorded pushing covid-19 cases to a four figure.
“The number of cases today, is the highest since the pandemic began in Kenya with 66 cases. 64 of them are Kenyans & 2 foreigners. We have now hit 1029 cases,” said CS Kagwe.
A total of 30 are from Mombasa, while 26 are from Nairobi.
Three of the new cases are in Kajiado.