NAIROBI – Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has confirmed eight new coronavirus cases in Kenya.
Speaking on Monday, April, CS Kagwe announced that the number of Covid-19 had increased to 363 cases.
Four of the patients are from Nairobi and four from Mombasa, according to the Health CS.
“Kenya’s Covid-19 cases hit 363 after 8 more cases confirmed in the last 24 hours, Eight discharged after full Covid-19 recovery, the number rises to 114,” Kagwe stated.
During the presser, CS Kagwe also noted that Mombasa County is now becoming a concern due to the surge in the number of Covid-19 cases.
The Health CS also announced that eight people have been discharged bringing the number of recoveries to 114.
The CS further mentioned that restaurants would be allowed to re-open but under strict guidelines.
“This is not a license to start opening bars and alcohol sales across the country. Anybody walking into a restaurant should walk in with a mask, sanitize their hands and if your staff has not been tested you cannot open a restaurant,” Kagwe noted.