Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) on Thursday said the African nation has reopened its borders for Indian travellers, which were closed for a brief period due to the second wave of Covid-19.
The temporary ban of passenger flights from India was revoked after a brief period of suspension since May this year as a result of the spike of Covid-19 pandemic in the country, KTB said in a statement.
As per Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA), the flights from India to Kenya can now resume, which will give impetus to travels that have been curtailed by the Covid-19-pandemic, it added.
The travelers from India are exempted from quarantine given that they are in possession of negative PCR-based Covid-19 test results conducted 96 hours before travel, it added. To enhance mitigation measures against the pandemic, the visa-application process will remain online.
Further, the statement stated that the yellow fever vaccine continues to be a mandate for each Indian visitor across all age groups, therefore, travelers would also need to possess a valid vaccine card upon their arrival into Kenya.
Kenya is currently one of the few long-haul destinations open for Indians and KTB has continued to keep travelers interested to visit the country through marketing programmes, including digital campaigns, radio contests and webinars among others during the year.
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