More Than 1.5 Million People Tested For COVID-19 in Kenya

The cumulative Covid-19 tests in Kenya on Monday hit 1811558, according to the reports from the country’s Ministry of Health (MoH).

Kenya’s caseload also hit 170,735 after 88 new people contracted the virus in the last 24 hours, announced Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe.

The new cases were found from 1,668 samples, and the positivity rate now stands at 5.3 percent.

Out of 88, eight seven were Kenyans and one foreigner, with 56 being men and 32 women.

In terms of age, the youngest patient was six years old and the oldest 84 years.

At the same time, 15 people have succumbed to the virus pushing the death toll to 3172.

Seventy-one patients also recovered from the virus bringing the total number of recoveries to 116,847.

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