208 people have tested positive for the disease, out of a sample of 3,415 people tested in the past 24 hours. The total number of confirmed positive cases is now 104,201. Cumulative testing so far is 1,265,773. Of the cases, 173 are Kenyans while 35 are foreigners.
Nairobi a 128, Kiambu 27, Mombasa 14, Nakuru 6, Machakos 4, Kajiado 4, Laikipia 4, Meru 4, Uasin Gishu 3, Busia 2, Garissa 2, Kisii 2, Kwale 2, Embu 1, Murang’a 1, Homa bay 1, Kilifi 1, Kirinyaga 1 and Bungoma 1.
37 patients recovered from the disease, 35 in various health facilities and 2 in home care and in isolation. Total recoveries now stand at 85,577.
Unfortunately, 6 patients succumbed to the disease, bringing our cumulative deaths to 1823.
328 patients are admitted to various health facilities across the country, while 1160 patients are in isolation and home care.
51 patients are in the intensive care unit, of which 24 are on ventilatory assistance and 23 on supplemental oxygen. 4 patients are under observation.
8 patients who are separately on supplemental oxygen are in general wards.
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