The government has extended the nationwide curfew by 30 more days as part of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Making the announcement on Monday, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the positivity rate still remains high, hence the need to extend the containment measures.
The curfew hours remain 10pm-4am.
Other containment measures including operation hours for bars and restaurants as well as the ban on gatherings remain as previously announced.
On Sunday, 91 new infections were confirmed from a sample size of 3,435 tested in the last 24 hours, pushing the total confirmed positive cases to 250,114.
The CS was speaking during the launch of the COVID-19 Online Information Portal for media professionals in Kenya.
Supported by UNESCO, through the European Union (EU) funded project #coronavirusfacts, the portal will provide media professionals with a one -stop shop on factual, verifiable, and credible information on the pandemic in Kenya.
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