“Kenya is ready for travel. Kenyans should know that,” he said.
“It’s now a reality that the virus could become endemic and we must all be prepared to live with it and resume normalcy under the prevailing circumstances as global efforts to find a vaccine continues,” he said.
‘We have officially launched the Tourism and Travel Health and Safety Protocols in the “new normal.” These protocols shall apply in reopening our Tourism and Travel industry in Kenya.’ CS Balala Said
‘The Tourism and Travel Health and Safety Protocols we’re launching today, are aligned with the World Health Organisation and the World Tourism Organisation reopening guidelines. I urge all countries to have one global integrated Travel Health and Safety Protocol, to ease #safetravels to all visitors’ CS Balala Said
The Tourism Sector is trying to take advantage of the peak season that starts every July and ends in October.
Many of Kenya’s Main safari destinations, camps, lodges, and hotels have met the Health Standard and are reopening to resume operations to generate revenue this peak season.
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