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CJ Maraga suspends services at Meru Law Court due to virus

Chief Justice David Maraga has suspended services at Meru Law Court after several staff at the court tested positive for coronavirus.

In a statement issued by the Chief Justice, the services at the court will be unavailable for 14 days pending assessment by health officials.

The decision was reached at after the CJ met various stakeholders including health officials who found it fit to suspend the services effective Monday 23rd.

Virtual session will however kick off earlier than expected with the court expected to issue a schedule on how they will render the service.

Those affected have currently proceeded for self isolation with those who came in contact expected to undergo testing.

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