The government of Kenya has extended Curfew hours in the country for the next thirty days starting today. According to the ministry of health, that time is going to be used on vaccination process that is targeting several people across the country. Kenyans have been hopping to see president Uhuru Kenyatta lift the restrictions, so that the economy can be revived easily but it seem like they will have to wait for the next 30days.
People oparating businesses have been complaining of hard times becouse of less working hours, especially those oparating night business such as bars and restaurants. Since the introduction of covid-19 virus in the country, those people in recreational activities have suffered alot from lockdown to reduction of numbers of clients to attend to at a given time. Some have even closed down due to poor financial resources.
Well, on the other side, the government is working hard on vaccinating individuals who are vulnerable. The ministry of health under leadership of Mutahi Kagwe has on different days advised people to be responsible and follow all protocols laid down by the authority. He has also been asking kenyans to take vaccines so that the pandemic can be controlled effectively.
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