The night curfew was introduced in Kenya by President Uhuru Kenyatta when coronavirus cases were high. It was meant to prevent infection rates. But currently, the situation has changed as the positivity rate is low. For example today the Ministry of Health through their Twitter account only 125 people have tested positive for coronavirus, from a sample size of 5,372 tested in the last 24 hours. As of now, the total number of confirmed cases has reached 252,199.
President Uhuru has been pressured by many Kenyans to remove the curfew completely. Restaurant operators have indicated that it will allow them to operate longer and lead to the revival of the economy that has been slowed down by the pandemic.
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