Yesterday during the Mashujaa celebrations, Kenyans received good news from the President, Uhuru Kenyatta. The President lifted the Dusk to Dawn curfew nationwide which has been in place since March last year.
Unfortunately, the news came with a few confusion to Kenyans. The government didn't give out other directives concerning the other COVID-19 government measures. This include the closure of bar and restaurants which had been placed at 7Pm.
The government has finally clarified on the issue. Through the cabinet secretary of health, CS Mutahi Kagwe the government has declared that all bars and restaurants to be closed at 11PM unless permited by the licensed authorities. The bars and restaurants have been asked to adhere to the Covid-19 protocals of hands washing and wearing of masks.
This is good news as things are going back to normal. People working during the night can now get to go back and even clubs and events can now have a chance to run there business.
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