Since the start of the COVID-19 (Corona virus Disease 2019) outbreak, the East African Governments (Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania).Have put up coronavirus travel advice Eastafrica region
The governments are implementing a series of measures to reduce the risk of imported cases and slow the transmission of the virus.
As the situation is still dynamic, the following measures will remain in place for both visitors or tourists and tourism businesses.All short-term visitors (from anywhere in the world) are not allowed entry into Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania.
Kenya is the only country whose boarders have been open with effect from 8th June Jomo international airport which is the biggest in the country.
This shows hope for tourism and travel at large. Jomo Kenyatta airport is also one of the biggest entry points to east Africa compared to other countries.
It has over 50 flights that take off from that airport as well as the big airlines that land on their premises like KLM Duchess Airline, Brussels Airline, Air France, Emirates Airways et al.
If you are in the East African Region, you can do your part by practicing good personal hygiene, monitoring your own health and following the appropriate safe management measures.
Please visit MOH’s website for each East African Country regularly for the latest updates on the coronavirus travel advice Eastafrica as below;
Stay safe and Keep social distance the East African region will be open for you soon and Forever Africa Safari will be at your service.