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Prepare For a Lockdown If You Leave In The Following Counties after Fresh Details Emerge

2020-10-17 09:45:34

When the first COVID-19 case was reported in the country in March this year, the government quickly moved by introducing containment measures to prevent the further spread of the disease in the country.

Such measures included the introduction of partial lockdown in some counties considered to be COVID-19 hotspots, introduction of curfew and the closure of learning institutions in the country.

The president has however been seen to relaxing these measures in the last months after it was noted that the COVID-19 curve in the country was now beginning to flatten in the country.

Kenyans have however been receiving bad news in the past days after COVID-19 cases have been increasing leading to fears of a second lockdown.

The fears of a second lockdown and containment measures in the country is almost being realized after fresh details have emerged on a list of counties that might be partially locked down in the coming days.

As established by the Daily Nation today, it has been reported that Health CS Mutahi Kagwe might recommend the National COVID-19 response committee to declare a partial lockdown in Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru and Turkana.

This comes as he is set to chair the Committee tomorrow where more COVID-19 measures might be introduced due to the increasing COVID-19 cases.

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