Coronavirus cases in Kenya have grown by three today (Wednesday), following the ministry of Health report.
Addressing members of the press at Afya House Nairobi, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe announced that three more people have tested positive for coronavirus, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to seven.
The CS confirmed that one of the newly reported cases involves a Burundian national who arrived in the country on Tuesday from Dubai.
Meanwhile across the world, the number of coronavirus cases has reached 200,000, according to Johns Hopkins data appearing in media
Countries on complete lockdown include France, Spain and Italy, with American cautioning her residents to limit gatherings of up to 10 people.
China, the hot spot and epicenter of the virus, is slowly reporting normalcy, as the number of domestic infections fall.
The viral flu outbreak was reported in Wuhan city of China late December 2019, and has spread across the world killing scores of people, a move that saw the world health organization (WHO) term it a pandemic.
A total of over 6000 people have succumbed to Coronavirus with nearly 77,000 recovering from the contagious disease, most of them from China.
Kenya is yet to report COVID-19 death-related case