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Most countries around the world have slowly begun to ease their COVID-19 lockdown restrictions; curfews are being lifted, borders are reopening and certain businesses including airlines and restaurants are resuming operations after months of closure.
The current daily curfew and travel restrictions which are in force in Kenya were slightly relaxed on 6 June 2020 and whilst we cannot anticipate whether these will be completely lifted, the restrictions will likely be gradually further eased. It is therefore expected that most businesses will begin to reopen over the next few months. Accordingly, employers need to begin putting in place measures to ensure the health and safety of their employees as the return back to the workplace.
We have put together a comprehensive article which explores some of the key considerations, legal issues and reporting obligations that employers need to bear in mind as they make preparations to re-open the workplace. Click here to read the full article.
The content of this alert is intended to be of general use only and should not be relied upon without seeking specific legal advice on any matter.