Speaking on Saturday 10th April, the CS for Ministry of Health Mutahi Kagwe allegedly said that the positivity rate had reduced from 16% to 12.4%. This means that the Covid-19 curve is gradually flattening and if this continues life could return to it's normal ways.
If the curve will continue to flatten by the end of this month, then schools may re-open as scheduled in May. This also will be accompanied by reduction of Covid-19 guidelines to curb the spread of Corona virus. This includes unlocking of Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu and Nakuru counties which were put under lockdown following increase in Covid-19 infections. This will also boost Kenyans since many businesses will be back to normal ways like re-opening of bars and restaurants. Small businesses which had been affected also would go back to normal. Churches and political rallies also were affected since the President had declared no gatherings should be done.
All these will be accrued if we continue following and practising laid down guidelines to reduce spread of this deadly virus.
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