03-03-2021 by redazione
There are no substantial changes in travel between Italy and Kenya and vice versa in the new Prime Ministerial Decree signed yesterday, Tuesday 2 March, by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
Apart from not changing the rules governing exits and entrances to our country, with the obligation of quarantine for those returning from a list of international countries that includes almost all of them, and limiting travel according to the bands into which they are divided. As regards re-entry, the Prime Ministerial Decree confirms that for entry into Italy, in case of stay or transit in the previous 14 days, in addition to filling in a self-declaration with the reasons for re-entry, there is the obligation to inform the Department of Prevention of the competent ASL (Local Health Authority) of one's entry into Italy and to undergo fiduciary isolation and health surveillance. One can reach one's final destination in Italy only by private means (airport transit is allowed, without leaving the dedicated areas of the airport).
Kenya remains in band E, the one in which travel for tourism is not allowed, as stated in the press release: travel to/from the rest of the world is only allowed in the presence of specific reasons, such as: work, health or study, absolute urgency, return to one's home, dwelling or residence.
As regards the specific requirements for travel to Kenya, which do not concern Italy, we refer to the general information contained here: https://malindikenya.net/it/articoli/notizie/ultime-notizie/italia-kenya-andata-e-ritorno--cosa-serve.html
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