Kenya prepares to reopen its borders for international tourism

Kenya is set to reopen for international tourism on August 1st after months of closure due to Covid-19 pandemic. To attract foreign tourists and revive the sector, the government is considering lifting the 14-quarantine requirement. Mohammed Hersi, Chairman of Kenya Tourism Federation joins CNBC Africa for more.


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