Cessation of movement lifted

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday, May 1, lifted the cessation of movement in the Counties of Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu and Nakuru.

During the labour day celebrations, the president announced that the curfew had also been revised to 10pm to 4am from 8pm to 4am.

This, he noted, was after the Covid-19 positivity rate went low in the last one month.

“Data from our medical experts suggests the same trend in the zoned area we put on lockdown during my March 26th, 2021 address. After one month of lockdown, COVID caseload within the zoned area has come down by 72%.” the president noted.

The Head of State directed that in-person and congregational worship resume in strict fidelity to the guidelines issued by the Inter-Faith Council and Ministry of Health.

The president directed that all education institutions in all levels of learning shall re-open in accordance with the calendar issued by the Ministry of Education.

The sporting activities shall be guided by the regulations to be issued by the Ministry of Health jointly with the Ministry of Sports.

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