According to the report, a spike in COVID-19 instances in Embu county has been blamed on, amongst others, feeding mourners at funerals and household gatherings.Embu Director of Public Health through Standard News stated that the instances of Coronavirus in the United States has expanded due to the fact some mourners do no longer put on masks.
"When humans feed at funerals and domestic parties, there is a tendency of forgetting the face masks and retaining social distance." Director of Public Health Rosaline Kauga said.She additionally claimed that Bodaboda operators working at some point of curfew hours have additionally been put on notice.
Therefore, the Ministry of Health urges Kenyans to comply with the Ministry's COVID-19 protocols, such as washing of palms commonly with soap, retaining social distance from neighbors, fending off crowded areas and gatherings. Also, sporting of face masks is paramount.
Politicians and clerics have been advised to comply with all Ministry of Health protocols or be arrested. She printed that the offenders risked being arrested.
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