Kenya’s COVID-19 cases rise to 191

Two more people in Kenya have tested positive for COVID-19, raising the country’s total number of confirmed cases to 191.

The announcement was made Saturday by the Health Ministry in its daily updates, saying one of the new patients was a Kenyan and the other a foreign national.

However, Health Chief Administrative Secretary, Dr Mercy Mwangangi, said the foreign national had no history of travel.

“Out of the 191 cases, 109 are males and 82 females; 124 are aged between 30 years and 59 years,” the Ministry said.

Total number of recoveries in Kenya is 24, after the ministry reported that two more patients had been discharged.

The death toll in Kenya currently stands at seven.