It’s Not Business as Usual as Kenyans Try to Follow Curfew Rules

Deputy President William Ruto has resurfaced after he had gone missing in action from the public eye since the outbreak of coronavirus in the country. Commercial sex workers are calling on the government to include them in the group of essential service providers as say their trade has been greatly affected by Covid-19 as most of their clients can no longer leave their homes in the evening, which is their peak work period unlike other businesses. Kenyans have been barred from attending social gatherings, such as funerals, through which transmission rates are high.

Residents of Nairobi walk past the Kenya National Archives National in Nairobi (file photo).

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