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Food in weddings to be served to family members only

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The Inter Faith Council has reduced the number of people to attend a wedding ceremony to 50, this follows the rising cases of Covid-19 infections in the country.

Inter Faith Council Chairperson Connie Kivuti says that only the nuclear family should be served with food at the wedding ceremony.

Kivuti says that the above reviews follow deliberations with the Ministry of Health.

“The number of those attending should strictly be 50. Food is only served to the nuclear family,” she said on Thursday.

For funerals, the number of those attending remains 100 and those allowed at the graveside are 15 people.

“We have reached an agreement with the ministry of Interior and local administrators have been informed that they must control the number and conduct of funerals,” Rev. Kivuti said.

The inter-faith council has also urged the Health Ministry, county governments and health workers to resolve the differences that may hinder service provision to Kenyans and at the same promote the well-being and protection of all health workers.


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