President Uhuru Suspends BBI Reggae Rallies



President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday 4th, November 2020 revised the public rallies, closing time for bars and restaurants from 10pm down to 9pm in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Kenyatta has raised concerns as the country has witnessed a surge in the number of coronavirus cases in the last 38 days since Covid-19 measures were eased.

In his 13th address to the nation about the virus on Wednesday, the president said that the country’s positivity rate has risen.

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He directed that all the bars and the restaurants be closed by 9pm, an hour before the new curfew starts.

Uhuru advised Virtual public service way forward in order to cub the spread of Covid19 pandemic.

The public servants with 58 years and above have been advisedn to work remotely.

All school classes that resumed to continue and all other learners to resume class in January .

NGAAF & CDF to be used in acquiring masks and sanitizers.

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Public rallies and meetings banned unless in town halls with a third of hall capacity.

The Ministry of inferior to enforce all covid protocols.

Curfews till 3rd January, from 10pm to 4am, All operators of hotels, bars etc to ensure compliance.

Religious gathering will be unchanged, – no more than a third of hall capacity.

Counties to maintain isolation facilities, and provision of amenities.

Specific adversely affected counties may be locked.

Mandatory wearing of mask, and sanitizing and social distance – and Public service will not be rendered to those not masked. No mask, no service.