Wages of sin:Government now extends mandatory quarantine period for Kenyans partying in COVID-19 Quarantine facilities
Shocking details emerged on Saturday April 4, 2020 about some Kenyans who went on a partying spree in mandatory quarantine facilities.
According to CS Health Mutahi Kagwe, some of the people who had been placed on quarantine have been sneaking to parties, totally disregarding the directive on social distancing.
Kagwe said that it was regrettable that some people were hell-bent on disregarding the social distancing directive issued by the Ministry of Education that is aimed at containing the spread of the coronavirus.
Following their misdemeanor, CS Kagwe said that all medical teams have been directed to extend the mandatory quarantine period for two extra weeks for those already quarantined.
“This is against every protocol that the government has issued. In a bid to contain the virus we have directed our medical teams to extend the quarantine period for those already quarantined for another 14 days,” said Kagwe.
CS Kagwe further apologized for the extension of the mandatory quarantine period saying that it was for their own benefit given the increased contact within the confines of coronavirus centres where more positive cases have been reported in the past one week.