Traveling to Kenya – COVID-19 Updates
Kenya is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Some of the main tourist attractions include the many safaris based around the 60 national parks, as well as the Maasai Mama, which is considered to be the 7th wonder of the world. Kenya also has a number of tea plantations, mosques, forts, and amazing views.
Although Kenya reopened its doors to tourists on August 1, 2020, the US State Department has recently changed its advisory to Level 4: Do Not Visit. The CDC’s current advisory for Kenya is Level 4: Very High Level of COVID-19. As cases started to surge in March of this year, additional precautions were taken by the country, notably the 10 p.m. curfew remains in effect.
Traveling in and out of Nairobi is allowed, and travelers need to get an e-visa, fill out an online health form to get a QR code upon arrival. They also must present a negative COVID-19 test within 96 hours of arrival. Travelers also will face a health screening upon their arrival.
However, Americans are exempt from current quarantine requirements. For departing travelers, they must obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test before boarding a flight and provide documented proof from a licensed health care provider of recovery from the virus within the last 90 days.
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