President Uhuru Kenyatta has banned travel in and out of the Nairobi Metropolitan Area and the counties of Kwale, Kilifi and Mombasa for the next 21 days, in the latest move aimed at mitigating against the adverse effects of the global Coronavirus pandemic.
The cessation of movement restricts movement of people in and out of the above counties but allows residents within the counties to carry on with their day to activities in the confines of the national curfew period of between 7pm and 5am .
Cessation of movement in the Nairobi Metropolitan Area took effect on Monday 7pm and the police already set up roadblocsk last night to restric movement.
The cessation of movement in Kwale, Kilifi and Mombasa counties it will be effected from Wednesday 8,2019.
Upcountry Travel Restricted
This means that Nairobians who have been migrating to the villages in fear of COVID-19 will no longer be able to do so and those who had travelled out of the city will not be able to gain entry for the next 21 days.