Kenyan Businesses Reopen After a Month of Inactivity But...

Owners of eateries have been allowed to open their doors even as the number of coronavirus cases have risen to over 360, but under strict conditions that include that employees must test negative for COVID-19. The nationwide dawn-to-dusk curfew as well as restrictions on movement into and outside counties most affected by coronavirus, has been extended by another 3 weeks. 

Kilimanjaro Jamia restaurant in Nairobi shut its doors to the public on March 23.

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