president Uhuru Kenyatta on labour day celebration addressed the Nation on COVID-19 situation in Kenya. During his speech he highlighted the following points.
Curfew revised to 10pm to 4am in the five counties.
Places of worship allowed to have in-person worship in zoned areas but only to a third of their capacity.
Restaurants allowed to reopen in the zoned areas.
Schools to reopen next week as per the Ministry of Education calendar.
All bars allowed to reopen, but only until 7pm.
Employers advised to keep with the work-from-home order wherever possible.
Hospitals directed to limit number of visitors to one visitor per patient per day
The ban on political gatherings extended until further notice.
These news have been welcomed by many people across the country. What excited most is that of reopening of schools and uplifting of lockdown and curfew hours in five counties. Traders now feels that economic crisis in the country will improve with time. On education, ministry of Education drafted latest school calendar that will run up to 2023. Remember to follow these new rules and regulations of COVID-19 in the country so that we can fight this pendamic.
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