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Relief for Kenyans as Night Travel Fares Drop.

Kenyans can now heave a sigh of relief after transport costs slightly went down following the resumption of night travel.

On Saturday, October 23, travelers noted that they were pleased with the opening of night travel with operators charging relatively low rates compared to the daytime travel.

"Night travel is good because now, the bus I have boarded is charging fair transport fare. That is what I have noted, had I traveled during the daytime, I could have spent more on the shuttle," celebrated a passenger.

"By lifting curfew, I can travel at night and arrive in the morning to carry out my activities," added another traveller.

The CS however asked travelers to adhere to the Ministry of Health protocols, including hand hygiene and masking of passengers and crew at all times.p

“Government shall continue to encourage you to comply with the provisions of the various relevant Guidelines put in place such as physical distancing; mandatory use of face masks while onboard and in public places; use of sanitizers; hand washing; rapid health screening; and other Covid-19 mitigation measures issued from time to time that has proved effective in controlling the spread of the Covid-19,” stated Macharia.

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