Kenya suspends departures from India to Kenya


Kenya government has declared a 14-week suspension on all departures from India to Kenya following a flood in Covid in the Asian country. 

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the advancement followed a progression of conferences and consultations among the National Emergency Response Committee on COVID-19 individuals. 

Tending to the media on Wednesday, April 28, Kagwe said in spite of the fact that Kenya understood India, the service couldn't trifle with the COVID-19 circumstance on the planet's most crowded country. 

"The board lamented the occasions in any case and given the circumstance, to suspend all traveler trips all through India into Kenya for a time of 14 days subject to audit. This suspension is to produce results 72 hours from now following this declaration," he expressed. 

The suspension will, be that as it may, produce results on 12 PM of Saturday, May 1, to permit Kenyan patients who are adhered in India to get back. 

The individuals who will show up in Kenya inside the 72 hour time frame, will be exposed to fast antigen testing and be constrained into a 14-day isolate to screen their wellbeing status.

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