All travelers arriving in Kenya from countries where yellow fever is endemic should present a valid yellow fever certificate. Yellow Fever Vaccination exemptions Infants aged less than 9 months, except during an epidemic when infants aged 6-9 months, in areas where the risk of infection is high, should also receive the vaccine. Pregnant women – except during a yellow fever outbreak when the risk of infection is high. People with severe allergies to egg protein. People with severe immunodeficiency due to symptomatic HIV/AIDS or other causes, or who have a thymus disorder.
All travelers arriving into the country through any point of entry shall no longer be required to show proof of either COVID-19 vaccination; or a pre-departure COVID-19 test.
Only travellers arriving at any point of entry into Kenya with flu-like symptoms will be expected to fill the passenger locator form on the ‘jitenge’ platform. They will also be required to take a COVID-19 antigen test upon arrival at their own cost. Those who turn positive for the antigen testing will be required to take a further COVID-19 PCR test at their own cost. Those with severe symptoms shall thereafter be allowed to isolate as per the prevailing isolation requirements for mild, moderate and severe disease.