President Uhuru Kenyatta has unlocked Mombasa, Nairobi and Mandera Counties which have remained locked for the last three months.
However the President warned if the move will hike the coronavirus curve it will be reverted immediately.
The President said the new order begins Tuesday 4 am.
“However, the 9 pm to 4 am curfew remains effective for the next 30 days,” noted the President.
However President Uhuru has bestowed to Kenyans the responsibility of protecting themselves and their families.
He said Kenyan behaviours will highly guide the government’s next steps in taming the spread of Covid-19.
He asked Kenyans to clearly understand that Covid-19 is real and all should take responsibility in containing the disease.
He also said only 100 people will be allowed in any house of worship which should not last an hour.
In the worshipping guidelines no children below 13 years or elders above 58 years will be allowed in to the house of worships.
“Let’s all take responsibility and safeguard our country from Covid-19, this disease is not a joke,” said the President.
Bars, wines and spirit joints will only serve take away.
Uhuru has further urged Kenyan to delay their upcountry travelling plans saying the move may necessitate Coronavirus pandemic rising curve.
Public Service Vehicles (PSV) from counties which were put under cessation should get Ministry of Health clearance before they resume operations.
Restrictions on political gatherings and any other forms of gathering have also been extended for the next 30 days.
President Uhuru has also extended restrictions of burial and weddings for more 30 days.