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Coronavirus:Germany Records over 2000 cases in less than 24 hours

Coronavirus is proving that it will stay for a little longer even as the efforts to counter it intensifies. With different countries posting different trends in the spread of Coronavirus infections, some countries have recorded the lowest numbers ever since the virus stuck while others have recorded abnormal surge in new cases.

China on Thursday for the first time ever recorded 0 infection in the whole country since the outbreak broke.

But today, surging numbers of new infections have been recorded in Germany. In less than 24 hours, nearly 2,500 cases have been recorded with death toll rising up to 44 people. So far the new cases have brought up the number of infected persons to over 17,000 in the country.

Other countries that have seen their number of new cases rise are Spain and Iran. The two countries have reported over 1,903 and 1,237 cases respectively. This has brought the death toll in Spain to 1,003 an 1,433 in Iran.

So far Italy has surpassed China in the number of deaths recorded.

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Kenya for the second day has not recorded any new case. The patients who were confirmed to be infected are reported to be in stable condition at Mbagathi hospital.

The three suspected cases in Kakamega turned out to be negative after the tests were done on the patients.

Announcing the test results today Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya revealed that the tests on the 3 turned to be negative but medics are closely monitoring their situation.

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The three were quarantined at Kakamega hospital after exhibiting corona like symptoms.

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