Since the onset of Corona virus, the government in partnership with the ministry of health had to place some measures that will ensure the spread of corona virus is minimized. Among the measures that were set in place was the enforcement of dusk to dawn curfew. Things were tough during the start of the curfew because Kenyans were supposed to be in their homes from 7pm to 6am.[Photo Courtesy]
However, time have passed by and the curfew time was revised from 7pm to 10pm for dusk curfew while the dawn curfew was revised from 6am to 5am. Kenyans were a little happy about the changes that was made. Some business resumed their operation and now the country is returning to normal.
Today on Monday Mutahi Kagwe was addressing the nation during the launch of COVID-19 information portal with conjunction with media council of Kenya. He extended the dusk to dawn curfew for about another 30 days. He also extended restriction and banning of both public and political gatherings.
Surprisingly, Kenyans were surprised by the news while others wondered if the curfew still exist. One of them said that he usually enters his house before 7pm and wakes up late. She added that the curfew does not affect her at all and she wonders who are the people that are affected by curfew. Here are some of their reactions claiming that they don't value curfew as a threat any longer.
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