Coronavirus cases in Kenya have risen to 38 after seven more were confirmed today.
According to Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe, the new cases include four Kenyans, 2 Congolese and a Chinese national.
“All the seven new cases are in Nairobi County which has a total of 28 as of today. Kilifi has six cases, Mombasa 2, Kajiado and Kwale have 1 each, Kagwe said during his daily briefing on covid-19.
Kagwe added that the new cases comprised of persons who had a history of travel to countries with confirmed cases of the virus.
“Three are female and the four and males. Out of the seven, four had a history of travel from counties with active transmission. One had traveled to Mombasa while two did not have a travel history but came from contacts,” he said.
So far, Kenya has recorded one death from the Covid-19, after a 66-year-old man succumbed to the Aga Khan hospital.