COVID-19: Kenya Announces Resumption of Night Travel

The Republic of Kenya has announced the resumption of night travels but with strict adherence to health protocols now resume,

Transport CS James Macharia disclosed in a statement on Friday that the government shall continue to encourage the compliance of Ministry of Health protocols while on board.

“We are encouraging members of the transport fraternity to embrace Covid-19 vaccination in line with the sector,” he said.

Macharia said this would complement the government’s efforts to get its citizenry vaccinated and fast track economic recovery.

“I thank the leadership and the workers in the transport sector for their relentless support to the government efforts of mitigating the spread of the Covid-19 virus,” he said.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, during the 58th Mashujaa Day celebrations at the Wang’uru Stadium in Kirinyaga county, announced the lifting of the nationwide dusk-to-dawn curfew, effective immediately.

This, as the government moves to fully re-open the economy.

“I hereby order that the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew that has been in effect from March 27, 2020, be and is hereby vacated with immediate effect,” Uhuru announced.

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