The new directive from the government bans mama mboga from chopping vegetables for their customers. the government has termed this as a measure taken to combat coronavirus.
Mostly to be affected are single lads who have accustomed to this norm as the ministry of health has given a direct guideline for the vendors to sell their farm produce whole
Traders and hawkers have also been instructed to adhere to the social distancing aspect of 1.5 metres while transacting with clients.
Barbershops and salons have also been urged to maintain distance between their clients. they are urged to leave one station open for recommended social distancing length while being cautious of the number of clients entering their business premise
Restaurants and eateries owners have been asked to ensure that their employees rotate between shifts to reduce the number of staff in the establishment at any given time.
They will also have to make transport arrangements for the staff so as to avoid the use of public transport.
They have also been instructed to keep windows open at all times, surface cleaned at least 3 to 4 times daily and avoid cash transactions.
These new guidelines might be in preparation for the much anticipated reopening of the economy.
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