The number of Coronavirus cases in the country rose to 281 on Monday after 11 more cases were confirmed.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said Mombasa county recorded the highest with a total of 7 cases while four others were from Ruaraka in the outskirts of Nairobi.
Five of the confirmed cases were females while six male.
“7 were from various quarantine centers while 4 were picked by surveillance team in different parts of the country,” noted Mr. Kagwe.
During the Monday media briefing, Kagwe also revealed that 14 people have so far died of the disease.
“We have isolated 455 people who defied the curfew and cessation orders,” he said.
Nairobi, Mombasa, Kwale and Kilifi counties were kept under cessation after it emerged that they were most affected by the disease.
“Once you are found outside during curfew hours, we will assume that you have been exposed to the disease and we will put you under forced quarantine,” he added.
The government has set aside 33 isolation centers across the country.
He said the government will focus more on the medics who are exposed to the disease.
69 people have so far fully recovered after receiving treatment.