The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic has been a challenge to entire country. On 26th March 2021, president Uhuru Kenyatta announced that learning institutions to be closed.
The Ministry of Health clearly instructed kenyans to follow Covid-19 protocols. There after, the Ministry of Health has been recording the decline of positivity rate. Recent reports from Ministry of Health clearly shows that the positivity rate has declined to about 10.9 perfect. This is encouraging indeed.
But does this give us hope that the country with maybe Reopen? It may be yes to some kenyans and no to others. But the Real is the country may only be reopen if there are ways to ensure that the positivity rate will not rise again.
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