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Tough Measures for Salons, Barbershops as Covid-19 Cases Rise to 179
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|Tough Measures for Salons, Barbershops as Covid-19 Cases Rise to 179 by Saocv(1): Wed 08, April, 2020 05:38pm|
In a statement released by Health CAS Mercy Mwangangi on Wednesday, April 8, she announced that going forward, all barbershop and salon operators must wear face masks and provide sanitizers to their clients while in operation.
These measures were put in place to help in combating the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mwangangi also announced that going forward, all private testing facilities would be required to share their results with the Ministry of Health for monitoring purposes.
We appreciate risks faced by health workers and have set up more isolation centres for medics. We are also working to scale up the availability of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs),” she stated.
Mwanganagi further informed of the measures to take in the event that someone lost their lives at a time when the government had declared a partial lockdown and family members needed to attend a burial outside the concerned areas.
She directed that the parties get an authorization letter signed and stamped by the regional commander or staff officer.
The letter is required to contain names and identity card numbers of not more than 15 people and should also have the origins and destinations.
Apart from that, the persons attending the burial would be given duplicate authorization letters which they would produce at points of entry and exit.
One of the letters would be left behind at security checks as the mourners proceed to the burial and must check in with the senior-most police officer after their return, where the officer would then confirm if the returnees are the same people who left the county.
The Acting Ministry of Health Director-General Patrick Amoth weighed in and stated that the government would announce further measures to combat COVID-19 in the near future.
He informed the country that the government was in the process of developing home-based care guidelines for covid-19 and when done, will bring counties up to speed so that it becomes easier to manage mild COVID-19 cases at home.
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