Makadara Law courts closed for 14 days after staffers tested positive

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The Makadara Law Courts will be closed down for 14 days in measures meant to avert the spread of the new coronavirus, the Judiciary said in a statement on Wednesday.

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Anne Amadi noted that the measures were informed by 2 coronavirus infections within the law courts.

“We direct that the court be closed for fourteen (14 days) and all Magistrates and staff to proceed on self-quarantine forthwith.” the statement read.

The break will allow disinfection of the court premises and allow those affected enough time to seek medical attention.

Milimani law courts will also be closed down between July 24 and July 25 to allow for disinfection.

The court serviced will resume on Monday, July 27.