Thinking of travelling during Covid-19? Well, it’s business unusual!

Travellers at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport departure terminal waiting to depart Kenya on July 31, 2020.

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What you need to know:

  • Before boarding, and even at the check-in gates, all the passengers were required to provide health information bio data, as well as show proof of the Covid-19 certificate, with the officials keen on the 96 hours’ validity of the document.
  • With access to Wi-Fi, it offers the daily update on Covid in Dubai, the number of positive infections, and other important guidelines one requires.

International travel during Covid-19 pandemic is not for the faint-hearted. Unless it is necessary, avoid it. These are the words of a travel consultant friend I reached out to, after I was assigned work in Dubai, and I sought to find out what awaited me.


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