COVID 19 has mercilessly wrecked its wrath at the coastal line with the emerge of the second wave.
Schools and Government Offices have been forced to shut down their operations after staff and students turned to be positive for the pandemic.
The County Government of Kilifi scaled-down and closed some offices after members of staff tested positive, raising an alarm that lead the leadership of the county to do a memo for working from home.
The closure of Schools in Mombasa that lead to the early demise of Tononoka Secondary principal has not just stopped there. A nurse in Likoni succumbed to the deadly virus on Friday forcing a closure of the facility. Members of the facility too tested positive.
Transversing to the North of Mombasa, a private school in Tana River was deserted after a student tested positive. The school was immediately shut till further notice.
With the rise of positive cases, the eventuality of a second lockdown is looming as the emergency covid 19 team finds the possibility.
President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta yesterday admitted that there have been discussions on the best measures to take in the wake of the increasing number of infections and deaths from the virus.
“We are going through that difficult time where we are now wondering what to do. Do we close up? We shall be coming back to that. Not today, but soon.” The president said this at the All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.
My question is, with the wake of the BBI Report, and the calling for a referendum, will they consider the lockdown to curb the further spread of the virus or wait for the referendum to make sure the BBI Report see the light of day?
Over to you MWANANCHI, observe the measures, and stay safe. They no longer CARE.