Today, many Kenyans who had been living miserably after the lockdown and closure of bars and other sectors had a reason to smile after President Uhuru Kenyatta lifting many of his previous Covid-19 measures. It was a good day worthy celebrating but that should not take away the minds of Kenyans and forget that the corona virus disease is still with us. They should not forget that the country is still struggling to reduce the positivity rate of the corona virus disease.
If many of the Kenyans had been overexcited to the point of forgetting about the Covid-19 and some of the restrictions in place, then they should be very much beware after a message on the next lockdown was issued by a powerful senator known as Mutula Kilonzo Junior.Through his official twitter account, Mutula Kilonzo Junior told Kenyans that the next lockdown will depend on their acts or omissions. He went on to urge every Kenyan to be patriotic before wishing them a happy Labour day.
"The next lockdown will depend on our acts or omissions. Let’s be patriotic. Happy Labour day." Tweeted Mutula Kilonzo Junior.
That means that if Kenyans won't observe all the guidelines given to them thus making the positivity rate of the deadly disease to increase, then they should be ready for another lockdown, something that can be avoided if they follow all the guidelines well.
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