President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Monday extended the dusk to dawn curfew in the country for an additional 60 days.
Speaking from KICC, the Head of State noted how as a country the fight against COVID-19 has been successful praising Kenyans for adhering to the regulations.
He however noted that much precaution needs to be taken into account to avoid a second wave and most importantly remain ready for anything that my arise.
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It was in his speech that he noted that the dusk to dawn curfew will extend not from the usual 9 pm to 4 am but rather from 11 pm to 4 pm.
Bars will reopen to allow a smooth return to normalcy in operations but they will be expected to close at 10 pm the same to eateries around the country.
Schools that are currently closed will remain that way until when the President and Education CS George Magoha meet and discuss on how safe it is to reopen before discussing when to reopen.
He called on Kenyans to remain cautious and not wish the schools to reopen risking the lives of children in the process.