The Ministry of Health announced that 51 more cases tested positive on Tuesday out of the 1,933 samples tested; bringing the country’s tally to 963.
Of these new cases 19 are females and 32 are males aged between 2 years and 63 years.
Out of the 214 positive cases that have been recorded at the Kenya-Tanzania border, 182 were foreigners and were sent back.
The good news is that no new deaths had been recorded and the fatalities still stand at 50.
The ministry announced that 22 more patients had been discharged meaning total recoveries now stands at 358.
Case load summary shows that the most infected age group is between 30 to 49 years. And more males are affected by the deadly virus.
Hotspot areas have been identified. These include Mvita in Mombasa county which has the highest density. Others areas are Kawangware, Eastleigh, Makadara and Embakasi in Nairobi county among others.