as at 03/09/2020 It is strongly advised that all travellers check right up to the last moment of departure the latest relevant country rules and regulations as these can change frequently.
Coronavirus restrictions are being lifted in many parts of the world as many countries are facing a decline in active cases and the situation is getting better. But the situation is very fluid as some places witness stage 2 and even stage 3 rounds of infections and have to reverse or change their policies again. Many countries still have certain restrictions to prevent further waves and to keep its residents safe.
Keep reading to find out more about post-coronavirus travel restrictions in Kenya and Tanzania!
Kenya has reported over 30,000 coronavirus cases in total as of yet. Thus, the Kenyan government has taken many precautions to lower this load. Here are a few of them:
This is the latest update regarding post-coronavirus travel restrictions in Kenya!
The health checks in place in Tanzania are not as strict. It’s open to all international tourists and you don’t even need a PCR test for COVID-19, unless you have flu-like symptoms and OR the airline you’re travelling to tanzania on requires you to have one. Only then do you need a test recent PCR test to prove that you don’t have COVID. You will on arrival be asked to complete a questionnaire and your temperature will be checked and recorded.
Quarantine is also mandatory only if you’re showing symptoms. Other than that, you can easily travel to Tanzania and there are no restrictions.
This was all about traveling to Kenya and Tanzania! So, what are you waiting for? Head over to these beautiful destinations and give yourself a well-deserved break from the COVID-19 stress! After all, life is too short not to explore beautiful places.
That being said, don’t forget to check out the Expert Guide on Selous Game Reserve if you’re going to Tanzania!