Kenyan economy, with intense concerns of the Tourism Industry, has been crippled with the current monster, COVID 19. The government is planning to reopen the economy in stages and allowing low-risk businesses to reopen first.
Its winter in Kenya and the rate of COVID infection has been seen to rise very fast.
The return to in-country service coincides with the lifting of Kenya’s lockdown on travel between counties, The government will soon set a date for KQ to resume flying internationally, Mr. Kenyatta noted.
“We’re doing everything we can to make sure we are back in the skies, We’re eager to open up, but we have to make sure we all stay safe.” Mr. Kenyatta said during a video conference sponsored by the Washington-based Corporate Council on Africa.
This comes with the report issued by the KQ CEO, Kivaluka, who stated that KQ has made 10 Billion Kenya Shillings Loss so far, and are looking to making more than 50 billion Kenya Shilling by close of the financial year.
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