Corona virus pandemic has not only affected Kenya but the whole world at large. Economic status of various countries have gone down due to this deadly virus. The most affected countries being the third world countries.
Since Kenya confirmed that they have entered into third wave of the pandemic, his Excellency the president Uhuru Kenyatta hurriedly came out with some measures to help reduce the spread of the virus. Among them being the issue of curfew. We have witnessed in various countries how curfew hep in reducing the spread of this pandemic.
Research shows that many people interact at night. And due to darkness, health protocols are ignored by many. Mr President put the Curfew to begin at 10pm and end at 4am in all counties in exclusive of the 5 counties that seemed to be hotspot in spreading the virus.
In my own opinion, I think president Uhuru should revise curfew hours to begin as early as 6pm and should end at 5am. I think if this is adopted then we are likely to contain this pandemic and very soon we can go back to our normal activities as a country.
To my fellow Kenyans reading this article, you are free to drop your opinion in the comment section. Tell us how best you think we can overcome this pandemic.
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