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6th June: Summary Of President Uhuru Address To The Nation.



6th June: Summary Of President Uhuru Address To The Nation.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that he is among those who want the country open up, but the question is, will this assist the country fight the current Pandemic disease? To come up with the solution many experts were consulted.

He also stated that if the current measures, which is restriction of movements and implementation of 7 AM to  5 AM curfew, the country would have had more than 800,000 cases of corona virus by the end of July as per the experts.

Further more a total of 75,000 Kenyans would have died before the end of August.

President Uhuru Kenyatta announced good news to the people of Old Town in Mombasa and Eastleigh in Nairobi, that the lock down for the two areas will end by  7th June 4 AM.

Restriction of movement in and out of  Kilifi and Kwale counties, is expected to end by 7th of June at 4 AM. But restriction of movement in and out of Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera  has been uplifted for further 30 days.

For the Nationwide curfew, the president has announced that it will remain but effective time extended to start at 9 AM and ends at 4 AM everyday starting on 7th June 2020. This is to allow Kenyans to have enough time to go to work early and to get enough time as well back home.

Schools are expected to reopen gradually by 30th of September 2020. And some measures will be put in place. President directed the ministry of Education to prepare a new school calendar before the end of August.

Further more all forms of public gatherings including bars remains illegal within the country for another 30 days.

President Uhuru Kenyatta stated that he is doing everything together withe the Ministry of Health to limit the infection of the corona virus in the country. He added that the disease is beatable if all Kenyans cooperate.




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