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Distribution of Today's Covid 19 Cases Per County

Jelagatcinthia 11/30/2020

This month has been a tough month to the citizens of the Republic of Kenya as Covid 19 is concerned. New cases have been shooting each single day and today, the Ministry of health has announced 302 new Covid 19 cases. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Though they may seem to have reduced, Kenyans need not to celebrate as this only comes from 3,038 samples. This are few from the normal for the past few days.

After the add, Kenya's new case load reads 83,618. From the cases, 286 are Kenyans while 16 are foreigners. The youngest patient is a one year old infant while the oldest is 83 years old. From this new cases the male gender still takes the lead with 191 members while females are 111.

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe from a statement confirmed that 369 patients have recovered from the disease in the last 24hrs. 287 of this are from home based care while 82 were discharged from various hospitals bringing the total recoveries to 55,344. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Below are distribution of the new cases per counties,

Nairobi keeps the lead with 134 new cases, Kajiado comes second with 26 while Kisumu becomes the third county with 17 new cases.

Kitui, Marsabit and Nyeri all have 16 new cases while Mombasa, Meru and Machakos have 13 cases each.

Nakuru and Kiambu are at nine. Uasin Gishu has 8 new cases and the number continues to narrow down. Embu and Busia have two new cases.

Counties with one new case are: Kericho, Tana River, Samburu, Makueni, Kakamega, Murang'a, Laikipia and Kilifi.

However, 17 patients succumbed to the disease bringing the total fatalities to 1469.

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