Despite Kenyans celebrating the easement of the containment measures like reopening of bar, experts fear that they are still failing to observe the guidelines set by the ministry of health and this might cause a great surge of the third wave of corona virus in the country. Kenyans still continue to form crowds which are highly discouraged by experts.
The country is currently in the third phase of corona virus. On 1st March, president Uhuru Kenyatta eased some of the rules he had set in March after positive progress on the fight of corona virus as reported by the Ministry of Health. This was to allow easy flow of the economy and for Kenyans to be able to get back to their usual economic activities.
Experts fear that many Kenyans will fail to observe the Covid-19 guidelines provided by the ministry of education. Kenyans have been seen crowding bus stops, markets, restaurants and vehicles. Most of them fail to observe the required safe distance of 1.5 metres and wearing of face mask. The president warned that failure to observe these guidelines would put the country at a risk of experiencing the disaster that has been witnessed in some countries.
The vaccination programme is still going on in the country. The government has been encouraging Kenyans to turn up for the vaccination and keep on following the containment measures to stay safe.
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