Health Minister, Mutahi Kagwe, briefed the press on the development.
Last week, Kenya scrapped its remaining COVID-19 regulations. The prohibition of the gathering of large crowds indoors such as religious services as well as the requirement to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival of air travelers are some of the rules lifted.
Health Minister, Mutahi Kagwe said in a news conference that Kenyans should continue heeding public health measures such as handwashing and social distancing but face masks are no longer mandatory in public and all quarantine measures for confirmed COVID-19 cases are halted with immediate effect.
In November, the government announced that proof of vaccination would be required by December 21 to access schools, transport, state offices, hotels, bars, restaurants, national parks, and wildlife reserves. The world has seen what a hoax the COVID-19 'plandemic' is, as more nations continue to lift restrictions, taking measures to restore “normalcy.”