Government make changes in the transport sector

CS Mutahi Kagwe’s says:

All the 7 Covid-19 patients are doing well. In the last 24 hours the ministry has screened and tested 8 more cases which have all turned out negative

Following contact tracing, 7 people are being monitored. 3 people awaiting results at Mbagathi, one other case in Kilifi awaiting results.

14-seater matatus will carry 8 passengers; 25 seater PSC to carry 15 passengers and 30 plus seater to maintain a 60 percent maximum of sitting capacity. This also applies to SGR.

All supermarkets to limit the number of shoppers inside at any given time based on the size of the premise. A queue management system must be established. Preference to be given to pregnant mothers, the elderly and persons living with disabilities

All entertainment joints and bars to close at 7.30pm from Monday 23rd March

Fumigation process tomorrow to start tomorrow at Gikomba market

Covid-19 experience in other countries have shown that numbers spike in the second week after the first case. We are entering the second week which will be important in our fight against the virus.

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