The government announces resumption of night travel following lifting of dusk to dawn curfew.
According to TUKO.Co.Ke. on October 22, an official statement from James Macharia led docket affirmed that the travels would be allowed in line with president Uhuru Kenyatta's directive issued on Wednesday, October 20 during the Mashujaa day celebration.
The minister of transport has announced the resumption of intercounty night travels following the vacation of the national wide dusk to dawn curfew.
"Following the lifting of the dusk to dawn curfew that has been in effect from March 27,2020 by His Excellency The President in his speech during the Mashujaa Day Celebration on October 20, I take this opportunity to inform all the transport service providers and commuters that night transport operations are now allowed in line with the President's directive." Cs Macharia stated.
In August, the Public Service Vehicle (PSVs) resumed ferring commuters in full capacity. The transport ministry and the PSV operators signed a memorandum of understanding no self regulation mechanism to ensure operators comply with protocols.
Other than that the ministry said all the other anti COVID-19 protocols will be in effect during commuting.
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