247 more people test positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 7,188

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Medical workers from the Ministry of Health wearing protective suits conduct mass-testing of residents in the Eastleigh area of Nairobi, Kenya Wednesday, May 20, 2020. The Eastleigh area of the capital Nairobi has been sealed off from the rest of the city since May 6, with no movement permitted in or out, due to “a surge in the number of positive coronavirus cases”. (AP Photo/John Muchucha)

The cases are distributed as follows:

Nairobi-153 (Kibra-35, Westlands-28, Dagoretti North-16, Kasarani-13, Embakasi East-12, Starehe-10, Langata-8, Makadara-6, Embakasi South-5, Embakasi West-4, Kamukunji-4, Roysambu-4, Dagoretti South-3, Ruaraka-3 and Embakasi Central-2)

Mombasa-35 (Mvita-17, Likoni-6, Changamwe-4, Kisauni-3, Jomvu-3, Nyali-2)

Kajiado-15 (Kajiado East-10, Kajiado North-4, Kajiado Central-1)

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Busia-12 (Teso South-8, Teso North-2, Matayos-2)

Kiambu-12 (Kiambaa-6, Ruiru-3, Thika-2, Kikuyu-1)

Uasin Gishu-4 (Ainabkoi-2, Kapseret-1, Turbo-1)

Machakos-4 (Athi River)

Garissa-4 (Dadaab-2, Garissa Township-2

Murang’a-2 (Maragua-1, Kiharu-1)

Nakuru-2 (Nakuru West)

Siaya-2 (Alego Usonga)

Lamu-1 (Lamu West)

Nyamira-1 (Nyamira Town)

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