Even though it has been a big challenge to all Kenyans including the business men and women, the matatu operators and all other sectors due to the introduced nationwide curfew to Curbe the spread of the deadly pandemic, COVID-19, the government during the national celebration of the heroes, made an official communication which reviewed the dust to down curfew terminated.
This however has left Kenyans smiling even though it is likely to result into a negative outcome considering the fact that the pandemic still hunt the citizens.
The operation of the bars, hotels and Matatus will resume to normal as usual without any time restrictions and this is likely to put lives of Kenyans in danger as most of the citizens will not follow the COVID-19 pandemic guidelines
The government in conjunction with the ministry of health should therefore put more emphasis on the other way of curbing the further spread of COVID-19 to all Kenyans.
Kenyans should also ensure they athear to these protocols even after they have been allowed full time operations
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