Covid-19 is a dangerous diseases which is transmitted from one person to another. Furthermore, this disease has killed millions of people in different parts of the world.
All Kenyans have been encouraged by the health experts to follow Covid-19 guidelines such as wearing mask and keeping social distance. Unfortunately, some have been arrested after violating these measures.
According to the source, Coffin-makers from Nyeri county have broke the silence and revealed that they are making good money per day as the customers of coffins have been increasing. Joseph Mureithi have revealed that, the workload is very hard as they are forced to make more coffins per day. I quote his statement, " The workload is too hard for us now..... We are working on very tight schedule and we can even say we are suffering fatigue right now " Mureithi revealed this heartbreaking message.
Furthermore, the owner of this business has doubled the workers to reduce workload but still every worker makes 3 caskets per day.
This happens after some people in the country have died after contracting Covid-19 infections.
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