Following the rampant increase in the rate of Covid-19 pandemic in our country, President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to put More strict measures in order to control the spread of this virus in our country.
Despite the fact that some counties were closed and suspension of all learning institutions, still the rate of infections of this virus is still increasing at an alarming state. The government therefore is supposed to enact more strict measures.
Some of this measures which citizens of Kenya should expect is the suspension of all public transport, closure of all counties, churches, restaurants, market places and hotels. This places are prone to high rate of Covid-19 infections and therefore they should be closed until the rate of infections reduces to at lest 5% and below.
Also the government of Kenya will ensure that by the end of June all citizens should have been vaccinated. This will at least reduce the rate of infections in our country at a greater percentage.
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