Today marks the first day that Kenyans have started traveling in and out of the zoned region. Presidential address, declared that the lockdown in the zoned region has been lifted and things seems to have taken a sudden change. The busy Nairobi Meru Highway is currently under heavy morning traffic. Motorists seem to have all gotten back to roads.
Psv vehicles belonging to Neno and the Meru saccos were seen on the roads as early as 4am today. Passengers seem to have all embarked on a journey in and out of the city. Vehicles ferrying Food products are also many with many personal cars recorded to be leaving the city.
It is the movement which had been cut short by the previous guidelines which cause an increase in spread of positivity cases in the entire country. This movement should be discouraged as it leads to fast spread of the disease.
The highway which is still under construction is witnessing huge traffic with and traffic police have resulted to allow motorists use the incomplete section from Kambiti to Kenol.
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