CAS Rashid Aman has announced that Kenya has recorded 23 new coronavirus cases and 3 deaths in the country. In addition, out of the 2100 samples tested in the last 24 hours, 23 tested positive. Therefore raising the total number to 781 cases in the country.
Out of the 23 confirmed cases, 11 coronavirus cases are from Nairobi while the 5 are from Mombasa. In addition, 3 cases are from Kajiado, 2 are from Kiambu and the other 2 are from Wajir.
However, the Kenyan government has already found areas of high interest to ensure it combats the widespread of the deadly virus.
In addition, for instance, the Namanga border because borders are some of the key areas of interest.
MOH announces COVID-19 mass testing in Nairobi Kenya
The Ministry of Health in Kenya has today announced a free COVID-19 mass testing in Nairobi Kenya due to the rising coronavirus cases in Kenya. The mass testing will take place this Friday from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm according to MOH’s official twitter account.
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In addition, venues for mass testing are Ronald Ngala Primary School in Dandora phase 4 and the Biafra Medical Center in the Kamukunji Sub County.
However, the first phase of COVID-19 mass testing is going to be carried out on high-density areas such as slums and the high-risk areas. In addition, these areas include hospitals and quarantine facilities.
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