Kenya’s Covid-19 death toll rose by 13 to 682 on Friday, the highest number recorded in a 24-hour period over the last few days.
In a statement on the country’s status, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe further reported 218 new cases following the analysis of 5,424 in the same period.
This raised the country’s number of declared coronavirus infections since March 13, when the first one was reported, to 37,707. So far, Kenya has tested 532,729 samples for the virus.
CS Kagwe said 170 more…