The Government has announced a ban on public gatherings which include political rallies and crusades after the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in Kenya.
All public rallies including BBI , cancelled - Mutahi Kagwe
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Among the casualties was the controversial BBI rallies that have been going on over the past two months with the latest one scheduled for March 21st in Nakuru.
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe announced that there would be no exception on the ban on public gatherings.
“We have banned all public rallies/gatherings no exceptions,” Kagwe stated.
The CS further announced that prison visits had been suspended for the next 30 days as a prevention strategy against the deadly virus.
Schools will remain open but interschool events have been suspended until the virus is contained.
Further, public transport operators have been ordered to regularly clean their vehicles and offer sanitizers to their passengers.
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