The President of Kenya when delivering his State of the Nation Address made major announcements on COVID-19 Curfew measurements. Kenyans have been watching the State of the Nation Address which is currently happening in Parliament building.
Pres. Uhuru's eagerly awaited address comes at a critical time when another COVID-19 variant was identified in South Africa. The deadly new variant has forced many Nations to close its borders to South Africa for fear of contracting the new variant.
There were fears that the Head of State could force another lockdown on Kenyans after the emergence of the new variant. The Head of State reinstated that COVID-19 cannot be defeated by locking everyone down.
The Head of State urged World leaders to look for alternative ways like increasing vacation of people so as to reduce the risks of the deadly virus. He pleaded with everyone to continue working and free movement of people to be allowed under precautionary measurements. Pres. Uhuru's sentiments is a clear sign that Curfew restrictions won't be introduced again.
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