11 dead as 356 more test positive for covid-19

Total deaths stand at 1,629

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has announced that 356 more people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease. Total infections in the country stand at 93,761.

The new cases are from 5,768 samples tested in the last 24 hours.

11 more patients succumbed to covid-19 bringing total fatalities to 1,629.

275 patients have recovered from the disease, 227 of whom are from the home-based care program, and 48 others discharged from various hospitals. Total recoveries now stand at 75,274.

852 patients are admitted in various health facilities countrywide, and 5,973 on home-based isolation and care.

49 are in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with 23 of them on ventilatory support and 24 on supplementary oxygen.

Another 37 patients are separately on supplementary oxygen, out of whom 29 are in general wards and 8 in the High Dependency Unit (HDU).

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