There has been panic in the Asian most populous country following the second wave of a lethal mutant that has impacted the city of Delhi.
The government of Kenya has today banned flights coming in the country from India to combat the further spread of the virus into the country.
The government through the ministry of health has also directed the passengers who were on their way from India to quarantine at a government facility at their own cost.
This just comes a few days after an online outrage from Kenyans on Twitter who expressed concerns over flights between the two countries.
Kenya and India enjoy a mutual relationship that range from medical tourism to agriculture products.
This will have an economical implications to both countries but it is for the well being of citizens.
We will keep updating you incase of any changes.
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