For almost one and a half years now, the republic of Kenya through the ministry of health have been engaging on a serious fight against the covid-19 pandemic in the country. This disease penetrated in to the country last year after its outbreak in China back in the year 2019. Since then, this virus has caused a international unrest as it has altered with people's economic and social activities as well as causing deaths.
Now, as a way of fighting back, the government of Kenya issued some directives meant to curb the spread of this disease. Among these directives is the introduction of curfew in the country. This curfew limited the time in which people are allowed to stay outdoors and it has been applicable since the arrival of this pandemic.
Now, today, one of the uhuru's top ministers has come out to deliver some good news to all Kenyans concerning the end of the curfew rules in the republic of Kenya. This is none other than hon Najib Balala, the Cabinet secretary for Tourism.
As reported by the star news, hon Balala said that the state might end the curfew rules in a one month time to come. According to Balala, this will allow the business people to continue with their normal activities on a trial to revive the economy. This will be a good news to all Kenyans as they will now get a chance to carrry out their activities without the limitations from the government only if the same government decides to end this curfew rules.
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