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[PHOTOS] Courts reopen after 3-month scale down

In Summary

• Some proceedings being conducted at the parking lot.

• Green signs were put on the ground to indicate the one metre social distancing rule to be observed.

Kenyans walk along the corridors of the Milimani law courts following reopening on June 15,2020.
Kenyans walk along the corridors of the Milimani law courts following reopening on June 15,2020.
Image: ENOS TECHE

The courts reopened on Monday after three months of scaled down operations following the coronavirus pandemic.

Chief Justice David Maraga had on March 16 announced the scaling down of operations, after the first few cases of Covid-19 were reported.

On Monday, some proceedings were still being conducted at the parking lot.

Green signs were put on the ground to indicate the one metre social distancing rule to be observed.

Tents have also been set up with seats, as opposed to before when cases were being heard in the open.

A man walks along the corridors of the Milimani courts on June 15, 2020.
A man walks along the corridors of the Milimani courts on June 15, 2020.
Image: ENOS TECHE
Members of the public wait for a case to be heard by chief magistrate Francis Andayi on June 15,2020.
Members of the public wait for a case to be heard by chief magistrate Francis Andayi on June 15,2020.
Image: ENOS TECHE