Some 346 people have been tested for Covid-19 out of 3,553 samples tested in the last 24 hours.
The current positive rate is 9.7%, the total number of certified visas now is 235,298 and the additional tests performed so far are 2,367,077.
As of yesterday, some 2,752,266 vaccines have so far been distributed across the country. Of these, the total for the first dose is 1,949,340 while the second dose is 802,926.
Ingestion of the second dose for priority groups is as follows: aged 58 and over 239,461, others 239,962, 133,898 health workers, 122,349 teachers, while your guards are 67,256.
Ingestion of the second dose among those who received their first dose is 41.2 percent, mostly men at 55 percent, while women at 45 percent. The proportion of adults fully vaccinated is 2.95%.
A report from the Ministry of Health indicated that another 833 patients are on oxygen supplementation, with 757 in general services and 79 in dependency units (HDU).
Another 1,951 patients are currently hospitalized in various health facilities across the country, while 5,924 are under home care.
Another 148 patients are on intensive care, including 108 on respiratory support and 36 on supplemental oxygen. Four patients are monitored.
Ten patients died of the disease, causing the death toll to rise to 4,720.
Another 1,404 patients have recovered from koronavirus; plus 1,327 from the home care separation program, while 77 have come from various health facilities.
The total recovery is now 222,357; plus 180,176 from the home care and exclusion program while 42,181 come from various health facilities.
In terms of distribution, Nairobi led with 201 cases, followed by Nakuru 38, Murang’a 14, Machakos 10, Kiambu 9, Uasin Gishu 9, Kajiado 8 and Kitui 7.