You face arrest you for not wearing a face mask in public

Hillary Mutyambai, Inspector General of Police. SILA KIPLAGAT | NATION

What you need to know:

  • Employees of businesses with huge human traffic like barber shops, salons, public service vehicles and supermarkets must have masks at all times, the regulations say.

  • The public has raised questions about the availability of masks and their affordability.

  • The cheapest single-use mask costs Sh70 while the most expensive and effective N95 version that medical personnel prefer, ranges between Sh200 and Sh1,500.

You will be arrested from today should you be found in public without a face mask.

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