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Departing Travellers

Departing Travelers

Yellow fever vaccination certificate

Yellow Fever vaccination and certification

  • Yellow fever vaccination is done across selected Points of Entry and other designated facilities.
  • Vaccination should be done at least 10 days before travel.
  • Card replacement and certification is also done.
  • Requirements include valid Identification documents.

Yellow Fever Vaccination exemptions

  • Infants aged less than 9 months, except during an epidemic when infants aged 6-9 months, in areas where the risk of infection is high, should also receive the vaccine.
  • Pregnant women – except during a yellow fever outbreak when the risk of infection is high.
  • People with severe allergies to egg protein.
  • People with severe immunodeficiency due to symptomatic HIV/AIDS or other causes, or who have a thymus disorder.

State health requirements/WHO recommendations for yellow fever vaccination and malaria prophylaxis

COVID-19 Requirements

Passengers traveling out of the country will be required to abide by the particular travel, health and COVID-19-related requirements of the transit and destination country

Pre-departure RDT or PCR testing may be considered at the discretion of any of the airlines departing from or terminating in Kenya

  1. Register here -> Jitenge platform
  2. See requirements here -> COVID-19 Travelling requirements