Travelers have until Sunday 8pm to travel in and out of zoned areas- Oguna

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Government Spokesman, Cyrus Oguna

Government spokesman Cyrus Oguna now says that those wishing to travel into or out of the Covid-19 infected zone have until 8pm Sunday to travel.

“If you found yourself locked out of the 5 zoned counties, or locked in there, and would like to move, you have a transition period to do so until tomorrow Sunday 8PM curfew time,” said Oguna.

Oguna further added that the government will erect roadblocks to ensure cessation of movement from other counties into the One Zoned areas of Nairobi, Kajiado, Machakos, Nakuru and Kiambu.

“Movement is therefore restricted from other Counties into the Zone or from inside the Zone to other Counties. Road blocks will be mounted at strategic locations to monitor movement as follows,” read Oguna’s statement.

“Cases of individuals seeking specialized treatment within the Zoned area will be addressed on a case by case basis upon proof of referral and obtaining clearance from the nearest Police Commander. The same applies for transportation of caskets, which must be disposed of within 72 hours,” continued Oguna.

He further added that holders of curfew passes will continue to use the old passes until new ones are issued by Tuesday next week.

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