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‘No Arresting Motorists In Personal Cars Without Masks’ – Kenyan Government Spokesperson

by Amadu Victor
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OYOGist.com has learned that the Kenyan Government Spokesperson has warned police officers against arresting motorists, who are not wearing face masks in their personal cars. What they are supposed to do, is to encourage the drivers to have them on.

While speaking to the daily COVID-19 briefings, he mentioned that wearing a mask, was a culture being adopted to combat spread of coronavirus in the country, thus should be encouraged all the times.

He added that when leaving a house, it is mandatory to wear a mask since one will be outside their personal space. Also, since a personal car is not a private vehicle, police officers should encourage drivers to have their masks on, instead of arresting them.

OYOGist.com reports


OYOGist.com reports

“You must step out of your house with a mask on. A personal vehicle is not a public place thus we should find a way to achieve compliance. Police officers should encourage people in vehicles to have masks on so that they don’t leave the vehicle without them,” he said.

The spokesperson reiterated that coronavirus was not going away tomorrow, and called upon people to adapt to the new cultures and practices to prevent spread of COVID-19.

Health CAS announced that in the last 24 hours, 25 people have tested positive from a sample of 1139 tested. 22 more patients recovered bringing the total number of recoveries to 336. No fatalities were recorded.

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