Uhuru announced that local flights within Kenya will resume on 15th July. This will help internal travel easier. As the Airports in Kenya have been under vigorous upgrades and to meet the COVID 19 guidelines.
‘In the next 21 days, we shall study patterns of interaction and the spread of the disease. Any trends that signal a worsening of the pandemic, we will have no choice but to return to lockdown.’ – President Uhuru Kenyatta Said
“By reopening Nairobi, Mombasa, and Mandera, we must be aware that we will all be more at risk. We must exercise cautious optimism. Avoid reckless abandon.” – President Uhuru Kenyatta
Containment of Nairobi, Mombasa, and Mandera lifted from 4 AM tomorrow, President Kenyatta announces. Curfew remains in place for a further 30 days.
The president also has announced that International Flights and JKIA Operations to open up as from 1st August 2020.
As the Peak Season will be ongoing, this will give hopes to the travel and safari industry to try and get some business to sustain them for the rest of 2020.
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