Since the announcement and confirmation of the first coronavirus case in the country, Kenyans have not been taking things lightly.
Effects of the spread are being felt by the mighty and the lowly. Churches and mosques across the country have suspended crowded services in a bid to curb the fast spread of the coronavirus in line with the government’s directive.
The ever-busy Mombasa Road is less congested.
Security checkpoints at JKIA deserted.
Customers at Magunas Supermarket in Kiambu County were stunned when they were stopped at the entrance and asked to wash their hands before buying, failure to which they could not proceed.
A mobile hand-washing facility fully equipped with soap and water greets you at Nairobi office complex.
A closer step and a security guard awaits to record your temperature.