The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a big turn out for Kenya’s development especially in the transportation industry. The transportation Cabinet Secretary James Machar Ian as today 8th July issues new transportation rules which are aiming at curbing the harsh COVID-19.
At a press briefing in Nairobi, Cs James has stated that any traveler who arrive in Kenya and fails to show symptoms of COVID-19, there will be no mandatory quarantine for the person. The company also stated that except for instances of special attention, airports will only be limited to workers and travelers.
For local traveling, mutates that will be allowed in and out of Nairobi must comply with the government’s regulations on COVID-19. The Ministry of Health will issue a certification document to anyone who will operate a PST vehicle. This rule has been stated by Cs James today Wednesday 8th July 2020. Issuance will begin on Thursday.
The new transportation rules will improve Kenya’s means of reducing the spread of COVID-19 since regular inspection will be done to ensure only those permitted to move will actually move. Cs James Macharia upon issuing the new guidelines stated that the liaison between the ministry of health, PSV operators, and all the stakeholders are for the mutual benefit of the public at large.