Nairobi city residents to access free sanitizer spray booths

Sanitizer booths in Nairobi

Installation of Sanitizing Spray Booth at KENCOM and in all public places within Nairobi County.

Nairobi City residents are a happy lot after Sanitizer spray booths were set at Kencom in Nairobi Central District. Nairobi Governor Spokesperson Bernad Mulwa says these are part of fifty booths that have come into the country that will be set in different parts of the city to help keep the city safe.

Sanitizer booths in Nairobi

Given that Nairobi remains the epicenter of COVID-19 in the country Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko said similar booths would be put up at all bus termini given.

He added that “Not a single estate in Nairobi has remained free of the virus. The capital accounts for close to 80% of all cases reported in the country,”

The spraying booths can be accessed by three persons all in one go disinfecting the whole body as one passes through to board the bus.

The social distance has proved a challenge as city residents scramble to have a feel of the capital’s new initiatives and get disinfected of the coronavirus. However, Nairobians have hailed the progress saying they are a bit safe.

Nairobi takes the lead in the coronavirus cases according to the Ministry of Health.

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