Covid 19 Legal Alert: considerations for business


published on 31 March 2020 | reading time approx. 3 minutes

The Government of Kenya has chosen a proactive approach to responding to the coronavirus or COVID-19 outbreak. In the few days following the announcement by the Cabinet Secretary for Health Mr. Mutahi Kagwe (the Cabinet Secretary) of the first confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kenya, the government announced the closures of schools and higher learning institutions, government institutions such as courts, registries and other bodies, requested  those who can to work from home, prohibited gatherings in social, recreational and religious places, and set out rules and restrictions on public transport including passenger flights. All individuals, businesses and institutions are concerned about the consequences the outbreak and the lockdown will have on their lives and affairs and what steps they can take to ensure continuity and to mitigate the effects of the disruption. In this newsletter we will analyse the impact the outbreak has on businesses from a legal perspective and with the intention of providing guidance on how these can be addressed.



Topic: Considerations for Businesses Measures

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