President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday hinted at the revocations of the recently lifted Covid-19 sanctions owing to the sharp increase of cases recorded locally.
Uhuru spoke at the All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi county where he joined Anglican faithfuls in marking the 50th Anniversary of the church.
The Head of State however said that the impending lockdown could be avoided if Kenyans took personal responsibility seriously.
“We are going through that very difficult time of saying now what do we do again. Do we close up? We shall be coming back to that, not today but soon. We do not have to go into lockdown if only people would observe guidelines and be caring of their fellow citizens.”
There has been a resurgence in cases globally as experts warn that we are battling a second and more deadly wave of the novel virus.
Governments in Europe have already imposed new lockdowns as Covid-19 continues applying pressure on health care systems globally.
England looks set to join France , Germany and Belgium in a second lockdown even as more countries announce new national restrictions.
Everything except essential shops and education settings are expected to be closed under the new measures.
Increased measures to contain the killer virus have also been announced in Spain and Italy among others.