Kagwe Says Jerusalema Dance Could be One Reason for Spiked Covid-19 Cases in Bars (VIDEO)
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has faulted those dancing to Jerusalema challenge in bars.
CS Kagwe said that many people are now dancing to the song and when in bars, covid-19 measures go out.
"I think we must take responsibility and own up. The people in bars who are allowing like the one in Langata road which we had closed a while back, now iam told that there is even a new dance called Jerusalema or something, once Jerusalema gets in, covid-19 measures go out," he said during today's briefing as daily cases spike to 684.
In his speech, he did not fail to mention politicians who put Kenyans at risk of contracting the virus.
"If leaders don’t observe the measures, the signal they send to public is that all is well. Somebody has to take responsibility and this starts with leaders and business owners.I therefore appeal to the public to adhere to the rules," he said.
The CS also said the youth are flirting with the virus.
" You are the young parents, the backbone of the economy, what happens when you go to the pub, get infected and go back to infect children who go back to school," he warned.
The surge in the numbers has raised eyebrows and Kagwe today had a crisis meeting with his team.
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