Kenya on Monday recorded 95 Covid-19 new cases, bringing the total to 2,862, Health CAS Rashid Aman said.
This is out of 1,096 tests in 24 hours.
A total of 98,439 cases have been done to date.
Out of the positive cases, 92 are Kenyans and three are foreigners.
Mombasa has 56 cases, Nairobi 13, Busia 10, Kajiado 6, Kilifi 3, Kitui, Kwale and Marsabit each have one case.
Marsabit becomes the latest county to report a Covid-19 case, bringing the total number of counties affected to 38.
In Nairobi, cases are from, Kibra 10, Langat;, Kasarani and Dagoretti North have one case each.
In Busia, the cases are from nine truck drivers from Malaba border point and one case is from Busia border point.
In Mombasa, the cases are from;Mvita with 22 cases, Changamwe with 13, Nyali seven, Kisauni six, Likoni five and Jomvu with three cases.
The total recoveries have risen to 849 following a record number of 97 discharges.
However, one more patient has died, raising the fatalities to 85.
Out of the 95 new cases, 57 are males and 38 are females.
The youngest is a one-year-old baby, while the oldest is 72 years old.
Aman said caregivers should wear N95 masks when attending to Covid-10 cases.
The CAS reiterated WHO’s recommendation that individuals over the age of 60 should wear N95 masks.
Meanwhile, he said three health care workers in Nyeri tested positive.
Aman said that they are at risk of contracting the disease.
“They put their lives on the line to care for the affected. We do not take this for granted. Let us recognise this sacrifice and display our compliance with the measures,” he said.
“Healthcare workers are directly dealing with Covid-19 but we have other workers in first line not necessarily medics getting infected. It is an occupational risk but we are providing PPEs, sanitisers and ensuring containment measures are in place.”