COVID-19 CRISIS: Kenya’s coronavirus cases rise to 411 as 15 test positive

Kenya Health minister Mutahi Kagwe has on Friday May 1 said that the countries coronavirus infections have risen to 411.

Mr Kagwe told the daily briefing that 15 more people had tested positive for the coronavirus following the analysis of 1,434 samples in the last 24 hours.

Kenya, which confirmed its first case of the virus on March 13, had tested a total of 21,702 samples from different parts of the county by May 1, Mr. Kagwe said

He also announced that the number of recoveries had risen to 150 with the discharge of six more patients.

The ministry further said that the number of fatalities had risen to 21 as four more patients had died.

In Africa, the coronavirus had infected at least 39,910 and killed over 1,640, according to Worldometer’s count on May 1.

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