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Kenya kwandikithia namba nene ya arwaru a covid19

ByJoshua Macharia

Jul 26, 2020

BY JOSHUA MACHARIA

Bururi wa Kenya niwandikithitie namba iria nene muno ya arwaru a murimu kimiri wa Covid19 gatagati ka mathaa 24 mahituku thutha wa ministry ya ugima wa mwiri guku bururi ini kurekereria namba ya arwaru 960 thutha wa kuoya ithimi 8261 kuria arwaru aria marwarite murimu uyu kuma riria waingirire guku bururi ini makinyite 17603.

Gatagati ka aria marwarite mathaa ini 24 mahituku,952 ni akenya nao 8 maumite mabururi mangi ngurani.Uria uma munini muno kunyitwo ni murimu uyu ni mwana wa ukuru wa mwaka umwe.

Ona gutuika Kenya ndiri ya kinyia namba ya iguru ta ino,arwaru 169 nimahetwo Rutha mathibitari ini thutha wa kuhona magikinyithia andu 7743 aria mahonete guku bururi ini

Oho CAS waugima wa mwiri bururi ini niagite andu eri nimakuite magikinyithia andu 280 aria makuite bururi ini.

CAS uyu niacokerie ngatho thigari cia mbere iria irahurana na king’uki giki ario arigitani a ikiro ngurani bururi ini.

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