The Covid-19 pandemic third wave seems to be going down after the country was threatened to go into a catastrophe due to the rapid spread of the deadly virus.
President Uhuru Kenyatta imposed strict measures and restrictions like a lockdown on Nairobi, Nakuru, Kiambu, Machakos and Kajiado counties and also an extension of the curfew hours.
Following the reintroduction of these strict measures, the Ministry of health have been announcing reduced numbers of infections which has given hope of the reopening of the country.
According to today's updates by Ministry of Health CS Mutahi Kagwe, the country recorded the lowest numbers since the lockdown was imposed with only 366 individuals testing positive out of the 3,664 samples tested.
The distribution of the cases were as follows; Nairobi 177 cases, Nakuru 19, Machakos 11, Kiambu 23, Kajiado 42, Uasin Gishu 24, Kitui 19, Kilifi 20, Mombasa 12, Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, Kisii and Nyandarua recorded two cases each.
The positivity rate stood at 10% which was a record law of the daily expected rate from the previous reports. This shows that Kenyans are getting more responsible and the fight against Covid-19 will be successful.
Stay home, stay safe.