22-02-2022 by redazione
Compared to what we of malindikenya.net had also ventilated, the Italian government has anticipated by at least a month the measure that we expected, as a first step towards the abolition of any pandemic restrictions on travel.
The Minister of Health Roberto Speranza announced on his social profiles the signing of the order that will be valid from next Tuesday, March 1.
"Starting from March 1 for arrivals from all non-European countries will be in force the same rules already provided for European countries - wrote Speranza - For entry into Italy will be sufficient one of the conditions of the green pass: certificate of vaccination, certificate of recovery or negative test".
So to leave Kenya and return to Italy will no longer need the molecular swab, because even Kenya requires it. But be careful! It may be required by individual airlines, so it is not said that you can avoid it. As we have already written in our other articles, a rapid antigenic would be enough, but in Kenya who does it is very expensive and public health is not yet provided. We hope that this decision, which equates Italy to other EU countries, can make the rulers of Nairobi reflect.
From the Kenyan side, however, remains the obligation to enter their data in the portal panabios or globalhaven on departure and PCR swab on arrival.
There are no updates regarding, for the return, the compilation of the PLF.
Regarding the revision of the lists of countries banned to tourism, any decision seems to be postponed to April 30, but also on this item there will be updates in the coming days.
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