All passengers arriving in or transiting through Kenya are permitted to enter if the following conditions are met:
Must present proof COVID-19 Vaccination. Fully vaccinated passengers are not required to take a PCR test before travelling to Kenya. Vaccination certificate MUST be uploaded to the Global Haven Website before arrival. The following are exempted from the vaccination requirement;
Children below 18 years
Travelers with medical conditions precluding vaccination. You will still require negative Covid-19 PCR certificate taken within 72 hours
Travelers who have recovered from an active COVID-19 infection or received a Convalescent Plasma in the preceding 90 days. A letter from a recognized medical practitioner will be required as proof. You will still require a negative Covid-19 PCR certificate taken within 72 hours
Returning Kenyans who have difficulties accessing vaccines in their country of residence. Such persons must be prepared to be vaccinated immediately upon entry and must register for vaccination on Chanjo-ke platform before departure. Proof of registration shall be required before entry into the country
The passenger does not have a body temperature above 37.5°C (99.5°F);
The passenger does not have a persistent cough, difficulty breathing or other flu-like symptoms;
Unvaccinated travelers arriving at any point shall be subjected to rapid antigen test at their own cost of 30 USD. Any person who tests positive on Antigen RDT will be subjected to entry PCR test at their own cost of 50 USD and self isolate. Travelers under the age of five (5) are exempt from this test requirement.
The passenger has filled in an International Travelers Health Surveillance Form before their arrival, even if only transiting and get a QR code on this website: https://ears.health.go.ke/airline_registration/ After submitting the form, travelers will receive a QR code which must be presented to port health officials for them to be allowed to proceed to arrival immigration. Arrivals will then be expected to self-monitor and report daily to the same platform for their first 14 days in Kenya.
Persons travelling out of the country will be required to abide by the particular travel, health and COVID-19 related requirements of the destination country
Full details can be found on the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Website kcaa.or.ke
The Kenya High Commission in Kampala was established in 1981 as a military liaison office to strengthen the historic relations between Kenya and Uganda with the first High Commissioner, reporting on 2nd March, 1981.
Since then, the two countries have grown to be each other’s key trading partner and play a key role in regional integration matters