The government is on the verge of lifting the ban on night travel by bus and matatu operators with the news set to be announced very soon.
The news comes at a time when the government paved the way for matatus to operate at full capacity beginning Monday 9th August.
The news was welcomed by the players in the industry who were hard hit by the pandemic that had taken some out of the business due to high operating cost with less profits.
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A meeting between the stakeholders and the government has already been done as they welcomed the news and promised to ensure passenger safety to curb the spread of the news.
Also on the table is the discussion of transport to reduce due to increased number of seats to carter for the additional cost.
Kenyans have been urged to exercise caution as any ignorance on the measures drag back the achievements gained so far to contain the spread of the deadly Delta variant that is running over hospitals in Nairobi.
The government began a two day trials running from Saturday to Sundays in Nairobi aimed at vaccinating 10 million Kenyans by the end of the year.
Kenyans turned up in huge numbers to get vaccinated in the designated areas such as Embakasi with many other points set to be unvailed after discussions.