interfaith council guidelines 2021

Corona virus which is also referred to as COVID – 19 has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Kenya reported its first confirmed case on March 13, 2020. The devastating impact of COVID -19 has become a rapidly evolving crisis that has brought feelings of anxiety, apprehension and fear. Critical elements of our daily lives are being thrown into uncertainty concerning our health, employment, financial security, recreational activities, as well as our ability to gather as worshiping communities. Yet, coronavirus is not the first epidemic in the history of humanity.

Although the disease has disrupted our lives, there is hope in overcoming it as there is adequate information on the virus; how it is transmitted and what we should do to stop its spread. Furthermore, measures have been put in place by the government which will help us overcome the epidemic. However, the outbreak has prompted an upsurge of misinformation, rumors, stigma and virus-shaming.

In view of these difficulties, we as religious leaders wish to bring forward a message of hope and promise you our prayers even as we share the following messages.
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