The Ministry of Health on Thursday, July 2, confirmed 268 new cases of Covid-19 in the country, bringing total cases recorded so far to 6,941.
The new cases were recorded from 2,704 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the total samples tested in the country to 176,659
Of the new cases, 259 are Kenyans while nine are foreigners. 160 of the positive cases are male while 108 are female. The ages of the new cases range from a one-year-old to 80 years.
It was announced that 20 patients had been discharged from hospitals, bringing the total number of recoveries to 2,109.
The death toll from Covid-19 in Kenya rose to 152 after three more fatalities were confirmed.
Nairobi County is leading with 175 cases followed by Mombasa, 28, Busia, 18, Kiambu, 11, Kajiado, 9, Migori, 9, Uasin Gishu, 8, Machakos, 6, Narok, 2, Makueni,1, and Muranga, 1.
In Nairobi, Dagoretti North led the pack with 34 cases followed by Kibra 29, Ruaraka, 24, Langata 21, Embakasi East 12, Westlands 11, Makadara 10, Starehe 7, and Kasarani 6.
Embakasi South, & Embakasi West recorded five cases each while Embakasi Central had 3, Embakasi North 2, Kamukunji 2, Mathare 2, and Roysambu 2.
Mombasa cases were recorded in; Kisauni 12, Mvita 6, Jomvu 4, Nyali, 3, Changamwe 2 & Likoni 1.
In Busia, the 18 cases originated from; Teso South 12, Teso North 5, & and Matayos 1 while those in Kiambu, the cases were from Kiambu Town 7, Ruiru 2, Juja & Thika, 1 case each.