Kenya’s confirmed Coronavirus cases is 1471 after 123 more people rested positive for the deadly disease.
Making the announcement on 27th May, the health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe said the government had tested 3077 samples in the last 24 hours.
This is the highest number of cases that Kenya has recorded so far in a single day
In Nairobi County, the affected areas are:-Mathare 33 cases, Kibra (14), Embakasi West (12), Embakasi central (4),Westlands (4), Makadara (3), Ruaraka (3), Kamukunji (3) Starehe (2), Dagoreti North (2), Roysambu (1), Langata (1), Embakasi North (1) and Embakasi South (1).
In Mombasa, Mvita had 9 and Changamwe recorded 4 cases.
Seven patients are in critical condition while three more have succumbed to the disease bringing the number of COVID-19 deaths in the country to 55.
One of the patients who died was bagyi breast cancer while the other two were suffering from diabetes.
The confirmed cases today range from one year to 76 years.