Authorities in Kenya have declared that all vaccinated travellers from Qatar will be exempted from quarantine.
The new regulation, which went into effect on October 4, lists 208 nations whose citizens and residents are exempt from quarantine if they are fully vaccinated.
All passengers arriving in Kenya, however, must present a valid COVID-19 negative PCR test certificate obtained within 96 hours of arrival.
According to the statement, all travelers will be expected to fill the travellers’ locator form and submit it before traveling to http://bit.ly/covid19moh and submit daily health information to the “jitenge” platform for 14 consecutive days.
Diplomats and top government officials will also be spared from quarantine, although they must undergo a negative PCR test within 96 hours after their departure.
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