Kenya: MoH Reports 124 COVID-19 Cases Raising Recorded Infections to 2,340

Nairobi — The health ministry Thursday confirmed 124 new coronavirus cases, from 2640 samples that were analyzed in a period of 24 hours, raising the country's coronavirus tally to 2,340.

Mombasa accounts for the lion's share of the newly detected infections at 40, followed by Nairobi (38), Busia (26) and Kajiado (6).

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the cases include 119 Kenyans and 5 foreigners.

Kagwe said 100 of the new cases are male while 24 are female.

To date Kenya has tested a total of 87,698 samples.

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