More recoveries recorded with 113 being discharged

More recoveries recorded with 113 being discharged

29 July, 2020

The ministry has today announced that 544 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours from 5,259 samples tested This now brings infections in the country to 19,125. From today’s numbers, 537 are Kenyans and 7 are foreigners with 304 being males and 204 females. The age range for the new infections is between 1 year old and 88 years.

The cases are distributed in Nairobi with 326, Kiambu 51, Kajiado 33, Nakuru 20, Busia 19, Mombasa 15, Machakos 11, Narok 10, Uasin Gishu 9, Migori 9, Kisii 7, Laikipia 6, Nyeri 5, Kisumu 4, Bungoma 2, Kericho 1, Kakamega 1, Homabay 1, Nyamira 1, Nyandarua 1, Tranrs Nzoia, Vihiga 1 and  West Pokot 1.

In Nairobi, Westlands has 35 cases, Embakasi East 31, Kasarani 27, Kibra 26, Makadara 24, Dagoretti North 23, Embakasi West 23, Roysambu 18, Embakasi North 17, Kamukunji 16, Langata 16, Dagoretti South 14, Embakasi South 14, Starehe 14, Ruaraka 12, Embakasi Central 11 and Mathare 5. In Kiambu, Kiambaa has 19, Ruiru 9, Kikuyu 7, Thika 6, Juja 3, Kabete 2, Kiambu Town 2, Gatundu South 1, Githunguri 1 and 1 in Limuru. The cases in Kajiado are from Kajiado North with 22, Kajiado East 5, Loitoktok 5 and Kajiado Central 1.

In Nakuru, 18 are from Naivasha, 1 in Nakuru Town and 1 in Nakuru West. The cases in Busia are from Matayos with 8, Teso South 7 and Teso North 4. Mombasa’s cases are from Mvita with 9, 4 from Likoni, 1 from Jomvu and 1 from Nyali while the cases in Machakos are from Athi River with 7, Machakos Town with 3 and 1 in Mwala. In Narok, all cases are from Narok North. In Uasin Gishu, 5 are from Turbo and 4 from Ainabkoi, the cases in Migori are from Kuria West with 8 and Nyatike with 1. In Murang’a, 8 are from Maragua and 1 in Kiharu while in Kisii all cases are from Kitutu Chache South.

The ministry also today announced that 113 people have recovered today in the past 24 hours bringing recoveries to 8,021 while another 12 have died bringing fatalities to 311.