President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the country at 3pm on Monday in regards to the Covid-19 status in the country shortly after concluding a meeting with governors.
In the fifth extraordinary session of the National and County governments Co-ordinating Summit programme seen by the Star, the meeting will kick-off at 11am with a Statutory Citation by the Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa.
The President will thereafter give his opening remarks after which the Council of Governors Chair Wycliffe Oparanya will give a status update on counties State of preparedness on Covid-19.
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe will then give a brief on the Covid-19 situation in the country, considering the disease situation 21 days after lifting the cessation of movement restrictions.
He will also consider a report from the National Command Centre on how Covid-19 may propagate in the months of August and September, 2020.
This session will have a presentation from the team of medical experts from the National Emergency Response Committee.
Later on at around 12.30pm Education CS George Magoha will give a brief on the status of the education sector.
This will be followed by a brief by the chairperson of the Inter-Faith Council on resumption of congregational worship.
During the meeting, there will also be a Plenary Session mediated by Oparanya.
At around 1.25 pm, the President will discuss the adoption of the summit resolutions.
After a brief interlude, Uhuru will then make his Tenth State Address on the Coronavirus Pandemic.