Yesterday WHO and ministry of health Kenya held a meeting in Naivasha and they discussed how to combat the rapidly rising cases of Covid 19 infection. It also emerged that Nairobi had become a top hot spot for the spread hence putting in danger it's neighboring counties. According to sources the recent Political gatherings held in the capital are the reason behind the spread.
According to Dr Loice Ombajo, the head of the Infectious Disease Unit KNH, Politicians should be blamed for addressing mamouth crowds by roadside who aren't even observing covid protocols. So in the next presidential address on corona pandemic which might happen today , Uhuru could be advised in my opinion to impose a lock down to Nairobi with counties surrounding it, that's Kiambu , Machakos and Kajiado counties.
Although many people are waiting for Uhuru to end curfew today, as from 11am, we should expect the unexpected given that the rate of spread is now 18%. Curfew might be revised country wide for another 30 days or so.
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