Kenyans can’t wait to see life returning to normal, already having plans to work on should President Uhuru Kenyatta lift the unfavorable protocols he sanctioned to combat the spread of coronavirus.
The last two months have had things turning out unusual, country people being disadvantaged by some of the measures including the dusk-dawn curfew, movement cessation in and out of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kilifi, and Kwale counties.
The measures have barred associations, bringing to end a number of jobs, affecting workers’ salaries, among others.
On Saturday, May 23, the President insinuated there may be no more extension of the curfew and movement restrictions beyond June 6 when the current enforcement will be coming to a halt.
He stated that Kenyans would be the ones now to bear the responsibility of protecting themselves and those around them from the virus noting the pandemic may be having its peak in the coming few months.
The modus operandi so likely has been received in varied ways, others supporting while those against having concerns given the numbers of infections have been constantly rising the past few days.
With the directive to lift all the restrictions on after June 6, below is how Kenyans will be transitioning back to normalcy after a two-month-long period of the COVID-19 prevalence: