Business almost back to normal in Kenya

Business almost back to normal in Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta during his labor day speech eased down on the Covid-19 related restrictions that he instated in March in a bid to cut down on the growing number of people suffering from coronavirus. This, therefore, has brought a cute smile to business owners in Kenya.

Machakos, Nairobi, Kajiado, Kiambu, and Nakuru counties which were initially under total lockdown with a restricted entry and exit into them were opened up with free access from the citizens as the limitations are set to expire on Saturday midnight.

Whereas the education sector is set to open as per the program and guidelines that will be realized by the Ministry of Education.

Bars, restaurants, and recreation areas are set to open but strictly adhere to the Covid-19 restrictions as well as the mandatory curfew time which has been set for 7.00 pm daily.

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Country-wide curfew on the other hand currently stands at 10.00 pm till 4.00 am unlike Uganda, where the curfew is still standing at 9.00 pm to 6.00, am which lasts longer.

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