Kenya allows hotels to reopen amid looming Coronavirus crisis

The government yesterday, through the Health Cabinet Secretary (CS) Mutahi Kagwe, allowed hotels to reopen their doors to the public.

The Health CS noted that people who are working during this period are struggling to find places to eat. Owners will only operate after testing their staff for COVID-19 before opening.

The closure was to flatten the curve of spreading Coronavirus in the country.

While opening at this time sounds outrightly ridiculous following the gradually increasing numbers of the cases, the CS has given restaurant owners stringent measures the owners should follow, for them to operate and still flatten the curve.

The measures include mandatory testing of body temperatures for customers entering the hotels. And only allow people with almost 37.5 degrees.

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