At least 100 people were on Friday released from Kaplelach quarantine facility.
The facility has been designated to hold individuals arrested for breaking Coronavirus preventive measures.
So far 425 people who had been arrested and put under forced quarantine at the facility have been set free.
Speaking when he witnessed the release of the 100, Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Daniel Chemno said: “the advice you were given by the public health adhere to it as we fight covid-19. if we are not going to follow the regulations this diseases will wreck havoc in this nation.”
Chemno also asked those released to be ambassadors of informing others about the importance of adhering to the guidlines put in place to help curb the spread of Coronavirus.
On his part, the County Commisioner Abdirisack Jaldesa said the quarantine facility at Kaplelach High School now has 127 people being held.
He also noted that they have worked with the MTRH for medical services and counselling.
“Also through partnership with county government and national Government, we have seen success in providing services at the quarantine. We call upon those who were released to adhere with regulations and we will continue monitoring you after you get out of here” said Jaldesa.
Most of those in quarantine are women who were arrested for changaa brewers.
County Secretary Edwin Bett on his part said “lets respect the law. The laws were meant to flatten the curve so adhere to the rules set by the government to deal with this pandemic “.