The Covid-19 pandemic has continued to ravaged through the country causing disruption of the economy. The pandemic made the government come up with strict measures to help curb the spread of the Coronavirus disease.
Today, the world marked the second International Labour Day while many nations are still in lockdown. The president Uhuru Kenyatta has now given a series of directives aiming at saving the economy and at the same time combating the spread of Covid-19.
The Labour Day celebrations happened today as per the Covid-19 regulations. While addressing thr nation, Uhuru Kenyatta said that majority of Kenyans lost their jobs during the Covid-19 period.
Among the directives issued by the president, he has lifted the restriction of movement in and out of five-zoned counties that had been under lockdown. The president has also pushed the curfew in these counties from 8 pm to 10 p.m. These directives are effective midnight today.
The president also announced good news to students, parents and teachers after stating that the schools will resume as per the calendar which was issued by the ministry of education at the beginning of this year. According to the calendar, the resumption of inperson learning will start on 10th May 2021.
Below is the full school calendar as per the ministry of education;
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