The session was organised by the Nursing Council of Kenya.
Traders on Kiambu Road set up their car boot shops .
The CS held his first daily briefing outside the capital of Nairobi.
During the period, restaurants, eateries and malls are to remain closed.
The repatriation comes after the state organised chartered flights.
Few people were seen on the streets on Thursday and there are roadblocks.
The vehicle kept acting up before eventually catching fire.
Through their work, the youths have also informed the locals that the virus is a real disease.
Street vendors are going on with their business as normal.
Residents chanted, "This is not corona".
Residents woke up to demolitions.
Officials also conducted voluntary mass testing.
The displays had the words "We salute you".
Strict rules set for reopening of restaurants.
A man could be seen seated on a pavement, staring into the distance.
• The accident happened near UNHCR offices on Waiyaki Way.
Chaos marked the first day of nationwide curfew.
President Uhuru had directed Kenyans to avoid crowding.
DP revealed grand scheme perpetrated by a shadowy system to degrade his credibility.
In some of the churches greeting by hand, hugging has been suspended.
28 May 2020