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China and other 11 countries resumes flight to Kenya

ByJoshua Macharia

Jul 31, 2020

By Florence

China and other 11 countries clears to resume flights in Kenya. Transport Cabinet secretary, James Macharia included Uganda and Ethiopia among the 11 countries. These are countries with mild community transmissions or they have declining and they are the one to be allowed to carry passengers from. He continued to say that passengers who would be arriving at curfew hours will be required to provide tickets for clearance while stopped by police officers. And those to arrive after curfew hours, with valid air tickets and boarding pass will be allowed to their hotels or places of residence. On his addition he said that those travelling should produce the PCR for covid- 19 attestation and should be done before 96 hours of flight.

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