22-09-2020 by redazione
Next September 28th Kenya could remove the last vetoes of the pandemic emergency that for almost seven months have somehow limited the economy and social life of the country.
As predicted by the Ministry of Health last August 26, the pandemic curve has flattened and the percentage of cases per tampon fluctuates around 5% (yesterday Monday, September 21 to tell the truth slightly above, with 98 cases out of 1644 tampons). Health Minister Mutahi Kagwe announced that in case of a positive trend in the future 30 days the reserves would fall to continue with bans, except to keep alive the basic rules of prevention, such as the use of masks in public places and respect for social distances, as well as body temperature measurements and hand sanitization.
Yesterday, President Uhuru Kenyatta extended the curfew deadline by two days, scheduled for Saturday, September 26, announcing his press conference for the following Monday 28.
From political circles in Nairobi are filtering reliable rumors about the possible removal of the curfew, total or partial, and the restoration of alcohol sales in restaurants.
Kenya is currently complying with the curfew from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., the closure of bars and nightclubs and the prohibition to sell alcohol in restaurants, hotels for non-customers and the prohibition to consume it in public places. Officially, it would also be forbidden to go to the beach, if you are not a client of a restaurant or a hotel guest.
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