Nakuru has cleared all its coronavirus cases that had hit the county in March.
The county had two confirmed cases of the disease and the patients were put in isolation for medical attention.
They have recovered and released from the isolation centre Governor Lee Kinyanjui assuring the county is now free from the deadly virus.
“We are happy to announce that two COVID-19 patients in Nakuru county have recovered and have been released from our isolation facility. We thank God that we have no coronavirus case in our county,” Governor Lee Kinyanjui said.
The governor also called on residents to welcome the recovered patients and show them love as they begin to cope with the environment after their recovery.
“We wish to urge members of tye community to show love and understanding during these tough times. Discrimination and stigma will only add pain,” he said.
The governor also emphasized on the need of everyone observing the essential protocols put by the MoH to combat the spread of the virus adding that anyone defying the guidelines will be subjected to the full force of the law.
Concerns have however been raised regard long haul drivers who frequent such localities as Salgaa, Maai Mahiu, kikopey, Barnabas and Longonot.
The governor has hinted on measures to regulate tye drivers as the tend to be carriers of the virus as they navigate and camp in different counties.