Four is the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kenya.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe on Tuesday revealed that one more patient had tested positive for the pandemic, bringing the number to four.
According to the CS, patient 4 arrived in Kenya on March 9 from London.
“The four patients are healthy and are being looked after. The search for those that the latest patient has been in contact with is ongoing. We continue to ask citizens to maintain hygiene,” the CS said during a press conference.
Mutahi says samples from the fourth patient were confirmed as positive by the National Influenza Centre.
He however disclosed that the 23 people quarantined at Mbagathi Hospital had been cleared to go home and self-isolate after they tested negative for Covid-19.