Last year on march when covid-19 was first reported in Kenya, strict rules were set to curb it's spread.
Some of the rules set then included; curfew, lockdown of some counties, wearing of mask always in public and many more. All these ment to curb it's spread.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Himself declared these new rules. After a while the rules were lifted one by one when spread started reducing and a few were left. Some of these removed included lockdown.
When it came to the third wave of the spread of covid-19 come this year 2021,the president has decided to go back to the old rules that he had lifted when spread had lowered. Some of these rules he has opted back inlude locking some counties. This is after realizing that this wave was strong and attacked hard.
The only thing left for Kenyans is to follow the rules to help curb the spread of covid-19.
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