Kenya barns border movement to Tanzania and Somalia in an attempt to curb the spread if coronavirus and see it’s end.
The Kenyans president, Uhuru Kenyatta has placed barn on all forms of movements across borders that leads to Tanzania and Somalia.
Uhuru made this order in his efforts to see then end of the novel coronavirus and an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus in the country.
However, the order exempted cargo trucks but Kenyatta said the drivers should be tested before of the virus before allowing into the country.
It is noteworthy that Kenya has so far recorded 830 positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus with 50 deaths which is about 13% of the total confirmed cases.
Also, President Kenyatta also extends the duck-to-dawn curfew for another 21 days and barn all movements in and out of the most affected areas of the country.