Coronavirus – Kenya: 91 patients discharged from various hospitals in Kenya

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Today we have discharged 91 patients from various hospitals, bringing the total recoveries to 1,550. We lost two patients, bringing the total falsity to under 119.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Kenya.

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