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Health CS Mutahi Kagwe says No Easter parties and visits

The government has made an appeal to Kenyans to stay at home during this Easter weekend.

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe says this Easter holiday will be a time to reflect and not hosting parties or visiting others to try to avoid the spread of COVID-19. People are urged to follow the government’s directives and stay at home to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Kagwe also said “This being an Easter weekend, I want to make a special plea to all Kenyans to strictly stay at home and to continue observing all the other measures we have put in place. Do not host parties, and make the usual Easter visits. Stay at home! I wish you a reflective and blessed Easter weekend”.

The Health CS made the plea Thursday evening as the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases went up by five bringing the total number to 184 with one person killed by the virus. 12 people have so far recovered and discharged.

The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed people’s lives and this Easter weekend will be marked without the usual pomp and colour after the government suspended church and other social gatherings as it moved to tame the further spread of the disease.


Love is in the air this Lockdown period and we should take a leaf out of Diana and Bahati’s book of love. Diana Marua shared a picture of day 4 of the Instagram Challenge #30DaysOfThanksgiving.

Bahati and Diana Marua

She shared a picture with her hubby Buhati reliving memories from what seemed to be a baecation. It’s the words she shared that really got to us. She was loving and thankful…. continue reading

Source – KBC

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