30-07-2021 by redazione
In an order dated 29 July 2021, Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza confirmed almost in full the restrictions on travel to and from Italy for a further 30 days, changing only slightly those already in place as per the previous Prime Minister's Decree.
African countries remain in the so-called 'Band E', which includes many other countries in the world outside the European area that is party to the Schengen Treaty and other countries in Bands C and D where there are exceptions.
Therefore, even in Kenya there is a ban on travelling to the country for tourism, with the exceptions already ordered by the government, and the obligation to carry out a 10-day quarantine period upon return.
The only two countries on the African continent that were exempt from these restrictions, Rwanda and Tunisia, are now also included in the list of places defined as unsafe and therefore 'downgraded' to Fascia E.
The order will be reviewed on 29 August, hopefully with significant changes for Kenya.
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