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United Kingdom Raises Another Alarm Tells Its Citizens Not to Travel to These Six Regions in Kenya

The United Kingdom and Kenya have been having a good relationship with each other until recently when the UK government listed Kenya in its red list which indicates that Kenyans will not be allowed in the UK over COVID 19 fears from April 9th. Kenya retaliated saying that all passengers traveling from the UK will be quarantined for 14 days at their own cost.

The United Kingdom has now advised its citizens residing in the country against traveling in certain areas which are regarded to be risky. The Foreign, Commonwealth FCDO has advised UK citizens from visiting areas 60 KMs from Kenya-Somali border, Garrisa County, Lamu County, excluding Lamu Island and Manda Island.

Also Areas of Tana River County, north of Tana river itself, within 15 Km of the Coast from the Tana River down to the Galana, Athi, Galana, Sabaki river, and also the remainder of Kenya-based on the current assessment of Covid 19 risk.

Kenya and the United Kingdom have been collaborating on matters to do with trade, security issues, export and importation of goods as well as climate change negotiations. The two countries will have to negotiate with each other through their ministries of foreign affairs to bring the bilateral relations under control.

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