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181 more people tested positive today

ByJoshua Macharia

Jul 6, 2020

By Joshua Macharia

Hon Mutahi Kagwe ,CS Health

Today, 181 people have tested positive for Coronavirus disease, out of 2,131 samples tested. This brings to 8,067 our case load of those confirmed positive. Our Cumulative samples tested so far, now stands at 191,394.

From today’s cases, 179 are Kenyans, while 2 are foreigners. By gender, 123 are males, and 58 are females. The youngest is a four month old infant, while the oldest is 79 years.

The cases are distributed in the counties as follows; Nairobi 134, Kiambu 19, Mombasa 9, Kajiado 6, Machakos 6, Lamu 3, Murang’a 2, Uasin Gishu 1, and Kirinyaga 1. Health Cabinet Secretary(CS)
Sen. Mutahi Kagwe, EGC.

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