(Last Update: June 29, 2021)
- Kenya is currently welcoming all U.S. citizens to enter the country. All travelers over the age of 5 entering or transiting through Kenya must present a negative PCR COVID test that was administered within 96 hours (4 days) of arrival into Kenya. The test result must be in English. With your negative test results, you will need to obtain a Trusted Travel Code from panabios.org prior to arrival. Travelers will receive an SMS and/or email from PanaBIOS (email@example.com) with instructions on how to generate a Travel Code. For further instructions, please read the “Ministry of Health Travel Guide” which will be provided by Travel Beyond. If you have any issues, take a screenshot to show you attempted to comply.
- Each traveler will be required to complete an “International Health Surveillance Form” to be completed no sooner than 5 days prior to arrival into Kenya with your negative test results in hand at the following website: https://ears.health.go.ke/airline_registration/.
- Each traveler will be required to complete a “Local Travelers Health Surveillance Form” to be completed within 24 hours prior to arriving at the Wilson Airport on the following website: https://ears.health.go.ke/local_airline_registration/.
- You will receive a QR code after completing each form, which you will be required to display on your phone or bring along a printed copy to the Port Health Official to be allowed to proceed to arrival immigration.
- (If done on an iPhone and a QR code is not received, present your phone number and passport number at Port Health on arrival to receive the code).
- For departure from Kenya, travelers are required to submit negative PCR COVID-19 test results through the Trusted Travel website panabios.org , following testing, travelers will receive an SMS and/or email from PanaBIOS (firstname.lastname@example.org) with instructions on how to generate a Travel Code to be approved by airlines and immigration authorities on departure. For further instructions, please read the “Ministry of Health Travel Guide” which will be provided by Travel Beyond. If you have any issues, take a screenshot to show you attempted to comply.
- Tanzania is currently welcoming all U.S. Citizens to enter the country. All travelers arriving must present a negative PCR COVID test that was administered within 72 hours (3 days) of arrival into Tanzania. All travelers will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 including rapid test on arrival at a cost of US$25 per person (exact cash only). Travelers in transit to other countries for more than 72 hours will be required to be re-tested by rapid test upon their arrival. The cost of the rapid test is USD 25 per person. Travelers entering Mahale National Park need a negative PCR test within 14 days of entering the park. All travelers are required to fill out Traveler’s Surveillance Form online within 24 hours of arrival into Tanzania by visiting: https://afyamsafiri.moh.go.tz/. Travelers will receive a confirmation code, including a Unique Health Code, to be presented during primary screening upon arrival in Tanzania.