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BREAKING: CS Mutahi Kagwe lifts rule requiring Kenyans to wear facemasks in public places

Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe lifts the rule requiring Kenyans to wear facemasks in public places; however, in indoor meetings, wearing of facemasks will be required.May be an image of 1 person and standing

However, people should maintain social distancing to ensure risk of spread is limited; we encourage the use of masks in all indoor functions.Kenya extends curfew for a month as COVID-19 cases jump

All in-person worship to resume full capacity as long all the congregants are vaccinate sanitizing and handwashing should remain normal practice. Also the practice of temperature screening at public facilities to stop immediately.The New Humanitarian | Which African countries are most vulnerable to the  coronavirus?

This is because cases of COVID 19 have reduced drastically for the past few months. Also most Kenyans have been vaccinated thus reducing the threat of the virus.

This will be a big blow to mask sellers since their sells will reduce. Most Kenyans are happy following this uplift because the economy of the country had reduced because of some of the measures.Facemasks: where to buy them in Nairobi – KenyaBuzz LifeStyle

Mutahi Kagwe also encouraged the few Kenyans who have not yet received their COVID-19 vaccine to receive it.

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