Kenyans are heeding government calls for voluntary COVID-19 testing as the number of coronavirus cases in the country soars.
This followed a consistent number of new infections recorded since the first case was registered on March 13.
According to the authorities, as of May 30, the East African country had recorded 1,888 cases with authorities alluding to the increased testing rates for the numbers.
But the Ministry of Health is sounding the alarm about the vulnerability of the overcrowded slums of the capital Nairobi, which tops the list of new cases, followed by the port city of Mombasa.
The curfew prohibits entry into or exit from the cities of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale and Mandera.