Kenyans has finally reported a sigh of relief after PS Mochache Gave a critical statement today over the roumors that has been trending around the nation that the country is likely to be under lockdown again.
PS Mochache said that the government is adopting precautionary measures to ensure the new variant of Covid-19 does not interrupt the economy, especially tourism that picks in December.
The newly reported pandemic has created concern in the country and globally after the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned of increased risk of re-infection with this variant as compared to Covid-19.
According to Health Principal Secretary Susan Mochache, there will be no recurrence of lockdowns as stringent measures including intensified checks at country’s entry points, scaling up vaccination drives and observance of prevention measures are being enhanced.
“Because of the variant, many countries have taken restrictions but at the end of the day we must continue to ensure we operate in an environment that allows trade to continue without economic depression because of Covid-19.” PS Mochache said.
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