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Tension Ahead Of Today's National Address

Another Lockdown? Jeopady Ahead of Today's National Address . CS Mutahi Kagwe is set to address the nation today (Friday, July 30) over the new COVID-19 control measures.

Kagwe's address comes simply a day after the slip by of the 60th day 10 PM-4 AM time limit that was forced in May.

In any case, Kenyans have little expectation that the public authority will eliminate all the COVID-19 limitations as the Positivity Covid rate has gone up as of late.

On Thursday, Kenya had a rate of 14.4% in the wake of recording 1,068 Covid-19 cases from 7,398 examples.

The numbers were much higher the earlier day, where Kenya recorded 1,006 new cases, putting the positivity rate at 18%.

Kagwe cautioned that the deadlier Delta infection is the justification the high numbers being accounted for in the country.

Effectively, a school in Nyeri area was shut only two days in the wake of resuming as in excess of 100 understudies tried positive for the infection.

Health specialists need the public authority to pronounce a fourth wave, and uphold extreme regulation measures, remembering a potential lockdown for certain parts.

Unlike all ordinary COVID-19 updates which occur at Afya House, the present question and answer session will be held at Harambee House.

An assertion from Government representative Cyrus Oguna requested that the media give live inclusion.

Could this be an indication of extreme regulation measures?

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