Kenya to maintain South Africa flights despite Covid-19 variant scare

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Kenya will not join dozens of countries that have either banned inbound flights or cut all passenger air travel from southern African nations due to a highly infectious new coronavirus strain. Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) director-general Gilbert Kibe said the country has instead issued stricter measures for allowing in travellers from the eight southern African nations. The European Union, the United States, Israel, United Arab Emirates and the UK, among others, have suspended flights to southern Africa while Singapore, Italy and Israel have placed all of those nations, including Moz…

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