Law enforcers, especially the police do a lot of good job to make sure Kenyans are safe particularly during this time of Covid.
The law does not discriminate age neither gender. This was the case when students of Njoro day secondary school were arrested because of disregarding Covid -19 protocols.
He further said "everybody, including minors, must adhere to the Covid-19 guidelines to prevent disease spread".
He said those arrested must pay a Sh2,000 police bond to be released or remain in cells until they are arraigned in court to face judges.
The government is urging people to wear a mask when they are in public places, wash hands regularly and to maintain a one metre social distance always.
Prevention is better than cure hence all Kenyans should obey the government directives concerning the disease.
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