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Here are the new 19-container measures introduced by President Uhuru Kenyatta –

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has unveiled new measures to prevent Covid-19 as the country celebrates Labor Day.

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Addressing the nation, the Head of State lifted the temporary ban on five counties that had been marked as infected areas.

The curfew in Kiambu, Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado and Nakuru remains from 10pm to 4am.

Bars and cafes are also open to gaps that operate until 7 PM.

Also, hotels, cafes and cafes will operate up to an hour of non-stop but are directed to increase open spaces while focusing on social cohesion, cleaning and wearing masks.

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He further announced that the schools will be reopened as scheduled from Monday, May 10, 2021 as directed by the Ministry of Education.

In his speech, the First Commissioner of the Commission stressed the need to protect school children and added that it is a priority.

“In this school-opening period, let us be respectful citizens and patriots of our land. No one enjoys the situation we are in now. We are not happy to put Kenyans in a difficult time. But if we cannot control the disease because of our selfishness, then we will come back and save lives. We will have to protect life and the economy. If we work together as Kenyans we will be able to move on with our normal lives, ”Uhuru said.

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As for the churches, they should hold private and congregational worship but with only a third capacity.

The resumption of sports activities must be guided by regulations to be issued by the Ministry of Health as well as the Ministry of Sports.

The President also urged Employers and businesses to allow employees to work from home, except only with respect to employees performing important or important work that cannot be remotely remotely performed.

Hospitals have also been directed to reduce the number of visitors to one patient per patient per day.

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