Two days after the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Health Mutahi Kagwe announced government's decision to extend the 10pm to 4am dusk to dawn curfew for a span of 30 days, new reports have emerged.
According to the Star News Brief on Wednesday evening, Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala hinted that the curfew will be in place for the extended one month, after which it will be suspended in early November 2021.
This links up with reports that the country is weighing out as it seeks to full re-open the economy, while putting measure that will contain the pandemic which he stated had greatly affected the Blue Economy.
The CS added that the ongoing vaccination will be a plus in boosting the confidence of international visitors.
This comes in the wake of reduced number of new Coronavirus infections, and increase in the number of Kenyans who are availing themselves to receive their Covid-19 jabs.
While making the announcement on Monday, October 4th, Kagwe claimed that the decision was settled to allow more Kenyans to be vaccinated.
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