Coronavirus pandemic has continued to be a threat in our country whereby the past days the country had recorded high postive cases, Some counties that include Nairobi have been recording high cases each day, which now has forced the government to introduce new measures inorder to reduce the number of positive cases being recorded daily.
His Excellency President Uhuru was the one who was awaited to address to the nation but dispite of his visit to the UK, Cs mutahi kagwe has addressed the nation on COVID-19 situation in the country.
All public gatherings are suspended countrywide, In-person worship is limited to 1/3 of the capacity of the venue. While indoors maintain a physical distance of at least 1metre.From 10pm and 4am continues across the country including counties in the Lake region as well.
Mutahi Kagwe has said that recent data from hotspot counties in Nyanza sndy Western region shows that if we stick to measures that we gave, it is possible to see a decrease in the number of severe cases.Mutahi Kagwe the health ministry has that theyare observing an increase in cases in the regions of Kiambu, Kajiado, Lamau, Makueni, Muranga , Nyandarua, Nairobi, Taita Taveta and Tana River county, this are the counties that are now hotspot areas after the increase in the COVID-19 cases have been reported over the few weeks.
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