Kenya travel requirements and restrictions on Omicron
Travel requirements Kenya on Omicron
Test: Passengers aged 5 years and older, including transit passengers, must present a digital Covid-19 certificate showing a negative PCR test result obtained within 96 hours prior to departure, and a code proving they have uploaded it on PanBIOS for verification prior to departure. The medical certificate must be in English.
The requirement to hold a negative PCR test result does not apply to operating crew members when on a layover between flights.
Passengers whose medical certificates have expired due to the transit time will be subject to a test for Covid-19 at their own cost on arrival at a recognised facility. Please note that the antigen test facility is available at the Airport Trade Centre at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO).
Approved laboratories for testing can be found on the Africa CDC website.
Form: Passengers must hold a QR code in either digital or paper format showing they have completed a Travelers Health Surveillance Form online prior to departure. This is completed by downloading the 'Jitenge MoH Kenya' app on iOS or Android, or on the Ministry of Health website.
Form: Passengers must complete a Passenger Locator Form during their flight to Kenya.