[INFOGRAPHIC]: The trend of Covid-19 in Kenya

First case of Coronavirus in Kenya was confirmed on March 13, 2020.

Kenya records highest virus cases yet with 447 new patients

Total cases now at 8,975.

How 7 African scientists got stranded at sea after Covid-19

Of the 21 scientists aboard, in the end, only 14 could disembark: 11 in Morocco and three ...

Pets pose little Covid-19 infection risk to owners

World Animal Protection and World Health Organization say animals can't transmit disease

Two senior officials at Ardhi House test positive

The NLC valuation official is said to have been confirmed on Friday.

Why ministry no longer releases nationalities of virus ...

Kenya on Friday recorded 117 new cases of Covid-19.

Partying youths in suburbs on the spot for spreading virus

Aman called for discipline.

Kenya's virus cases rise to 4,374

The youngest is 11 while the oldest is 75 years old.

Kenya records 133 new virus cases, total rises to 3,727

One more patient has succumbed, raising the fatalities to 104.

Kenya records 3,594 virus cases after 137 more test positive

CS Mutahi Kagwe said Kenya's cumulative tests done now stand at 115,336.

78% of Covid-19 patients 'qualify for home-based care'

Guidelines available on MoH portal.

What Kenya must look out for before easing Covid-19 ...

Firstly, there is need for evidence that the virus is being suppressed.

Amref receives Sh21 million to begin coronavirus tests

The total number of tests conducted since the first case rose to 87,698 on Thursday

Kenya records 147 new virus cases, total rises to 1,618

Kibra has 35 cases and three more deaths recorded.

More Coronavirus

Malaba border standoff caused by inciters - CS Macharia

Three drivers arrested for inciting others to block the border point.

Kenya, Uganda authorities meet to resolve truckers standoff

Drivers say they have been denied access to hotels, branded corona carriers.

Turkana County confirms its first virus case

Patient travelled from Kakuma to Eastleigh, Nairobi to 'evacuate' his sister.

11,000 health care workers trained to tackle virus

1,286 samples have turned positive out of 61,971 people tested. 52 have died of the virus.