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Kenya has been fairly managing the coronavirus crisis until H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta made the much awaited ‘freedom’ speech on 6th July 2020. In his address, he did place the whole COVID-19 management responsibility in the hands of the citizenry —Kenyans who have always complained of how badly the government is managing the pandemic.
We must, therefore, exercise cautious optimism, and avoid reckless abandon. I believe that, although the path to recovery is rocky and uneven, it is navigable. And this is why I must give two qualifications to the phased re-opening.Part of of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s remarks in the article by The Perspective™
As if that is not enough, most Kenyans have pounced on the chance and are inviting old lifestyles back. A behaviour that called back the president to make his 10th address on the pandemic on 27th July 2020. A move that has seen indefinite closure of bars and ban of drinking alcohol in public spaces.
It is with such concerns that I’ve connoted a few mishaps the public is doing. Taking prevention for granted. Kenya has a long way to go as far as COVID-19 is concerned.