31 July 2014

Kenya: West African Tourists to Be Screened Before Entering the Country.

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The Ebola Virus.

Visitors coming into the country from Guinea, Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone will be screened for the Ebola virus. Shikanga O Tipo from the Health ministry says they will be required to sign health forms at the airport, a move aimed at preventing further spread of the disease.

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