Nairobi Leads With 153 New Cases as Coronavirus Tally Rises Above 7,000

The Ministry of Health on Friday, 3rd July, confirmed that 247 more persons have entered the national Covid-19 tally after

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Kenya Registers 268 New Coronavirus Cases as Tally Jumps to 6,941

Health Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Rashid Aman on Thursday, 2nd July, reported that 268 more people have tested positive for

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Coronavirus Total Rise to 6,673 as Nairobi Leads With 154 New Infections

Kenya’s coronavirus infections tally has soared to 6,673 after 307 people whose samples were taken over the last 24 hours

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Kenya Confirms 176 New Coronavirus Cases, Raising Tally to 6,366

On Tuesday, 30th June, the Ministry of Health confirmed that 176 more persons had their Covid-19 tests produce positive results.

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Parliament Staff Ordered to Be Screened for Covid-19 After MPs Test Positive

All Parliament employees have been directed to undergo mandatory Covid-19 testing, a day after six MPs reportedly tested positive for

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Kenya Registers 120 New Coronavirus Cases, Tally Jumps to 6,190

Health Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Rashid Aman on Monday, 29th June, disclosed that 120 additional samples had returned positive results

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6 MPs Test Positive For Covid-19 With One Fighting For His Life in ICU

At least six Members of Parliament have allegedly contracted the dreaded coronavirus disease and have been admitted to various isolation

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Kenya Confirms 149 New Coronavirus Infections, Total Jumps to 5,533

Health Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Rashid Aman on Friday, 26th June, announced that the country had recorded 149 more coronavirus

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Covid-19: Uhuru Gives Condition for Reopening The Country as He Warns Governors

President Uhuru Kenyatta has told Governors that the decision to re-open the country’s economy will be informed by the level

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Nairobi Leads With 100 New Coronavirus Cases, as Tally Jumps to 5,384

The Covid-19 national tally has soared to 5,384 cases after 174 additional samples returned positive results for the dreaded coronavirus

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