HANDOUT - A government directive requires Kenyans to wear masks in public - but many can't afford them. Since closing in March, one furniture company has turned its talents to making masks with typically East African designs. Photo: Michelle Vugutsa/Love Artisan Kenya/dpa - ATTENTION: editorial use only in connection with the latest coverage and only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full

The ministry of health has revealed compliance over face mask is dwindling amid the country’s fight against the coronavirus.

The ministry in its latest report on the situation of the virus in the country said there is “dwindling compliance with mask-wearing requirements”.

According to the health ministry, there is need for “enforcement of the mandatory mask-wearing regulation”.