Two patients of the COVID-19 pandemic have received a clean bill of health after test conducted on them turned negative.
The two are a 27-year-old girl identified as Brenda, who marked the first case of the Coronavirus in the country and another man identified as Brian.
The total number of recovered patients in Kenya tally at three as of Wednesday.
In a televised video interview with the healed patients, President Uhuru Kenyatta hailed the two saying they gave maximum cooperation that lead to their recovery.
President Uhuru added that the two have given the country some sense of pride and went on to urge Kenyans to adhere to government regulations that aim at arresting the spread of the virus.
The head of state expressed optimism that the pandemic will be contained if Kenyan adhere to set standards of operations.
He hailed the medical practitioners for working around the clock in ensuring that Kenya makes a significant step in keeping Coronavirus at bay.
The developments come a day after the county recorded 9 more victims bringing a total number of cases in the country to 59.