In 2021, the Government of Ireland introduced a phased approach to the easing of public health restrictions in the country. COVID-19 measures outlined and updated as of June are outlined here
The Government of Ireland has also taken measures to support businesses in the county impacted by the pandemic through financial means and the introduction of various operational guidelines. See additional information here
Travel from Ireland to Kenya
Those travelling from Ireland must undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days upon arrival into Kenya at their own cost. Further information is available on the KCCA website EXEMPT-FROM-QUARANTINE-16.6.2021.pdf (kenyaembassyireland.net)
Travelers from Ireland to Kenya shall be required to:
- Be in possession of a negative PCR-based COVID-19 test result conducted within 96 hours before travel and not display any flu-like symptoms upon arrival.
- Provide evidence of their booking for the quarantine locations 24hrs before boarding. The list of facilities available for quarantine can be availed from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions or concerns you can contact the Embassy team via email at Nairobiem@dfa.ie or call on 254 (0) 205 1 353 0 or +254 716 353 999
For more information, check the embassy travel advice on this link Kenya – Department of Foreign Affairs (dfa.ie)
You can also follow the Embassy via: Twitter – @IrlEmbKenya or on Facebook – @irishembassyinkenya for updates.
Travel from Kenya to Ireland
Kenya has been removed from the mandatory hotel quarantine list for travellers arriving into Ireland.