Of the new patients, 487 were Kenyans and 14 foreigners, 282 women and 219 men. the youngest two months old and the oldest 102 years.
Kenya has performed 2,436,216 tests since its first case of illness was confirmed on March 13, 2020.
Nairobi County accounted for 137 It was followed by Uasin Gishu with 55, Nakuru 38, Kiambu 26, Murang’a 25, Kitui 24, Kajiado 18, Marsabit 15, Baringo, Garissa, Nyamira and Machakos with 12 each and Kericho and Isiolo with 11 each
Trans Nzoia and Laikipia recorded nine new infections each, Vihiga eight, Homa Bay, Kakamega, Kwale and Narok six, Meru and Tana River five each, Tharaka Nithi four, Nyandarua, Nyeri, Mombasa and Elgeyo Marakwet three each, Kilifi, Kisii, Kisumu , Lamu, Embu, West Pokot, Nandi and Bomet two each and Busia one.
34 more deaths
The Secretary of the Mutahi Kagwe Health Cabinet also announced 34 more deaths. Known Kenya, all late reports from checking facility records in July, August and September, raising the toll to 4,864.
CS Kagwe also reported that an additional 312 pat patients had recovered from the disease, 190 of them in the hospital and 122 at home, bringing the total to 230.
As of Thursday, 1,752 patients had been hospitalized nationwide while 4,864 were in isolation at home and on care program.
Of those in the hospital, 163 were in the intensive care unit, 117 of them with ventilatory support, 40 with supplemental oxygen and six under observation.
Another 671 patients were treated separately on supplementary oxygen, 617 of them in general wards and 54 in high addiction wards.
The CS said 2,980,929 vaccines were given over 2,160,564 first doses and 820,365 second doses.
The second dose uptake rate was 38 percent , with the majority of recipients being male (455,240, 55 percent).
The proportion of fully vaccinated adults was three percent.