Kenya Lifts Mandatory Mask-Up Sanctions

Kenya lifts mandatory wearing of masks (News Central TV)
Kenya lifts mandatory wearing of masks (News Central TV)

Kenya‘s Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe announced on Thursday that the mandatory wearing of facemasks in public spaces, and that full in-person worship for vaccinated people had been restored.

In all indoor places, however, the CS promoted the use of masks and adherence to social distance standards. He also stated that the quarantine would be lifted.

“However, people should maintain social distancing to ensure risk of spread is limited,” he said..

“All Kenyans to continue to adhere to social measures, ensure frequent hand washing, sanitising and exercise personal responsibility,” he said.

Kenyan citizens wearing local masks during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

“There has been a lot of debate on facemasks.  Wearing of facemasks in open places is now lifted.”

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Kagwe said that kenyans should not relent in protecting themselves despite Authorities lifting the mandatory wearing of facemasks.

He said; “If you are going to eat in a meat joint, the standards must be high. The sanitation, washing of hands must be top notch..

“You must respect the people eating in your joint. You must respect your customers and make sure it is clean. There will be penalties if that does not happen.”

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