Planes carrying Chinese expatriates, workers and traders are expected to land at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport despite the government's refusal to evacuate Kenyans stuck in the country, where the deadly virus originated. China Southern Airlines flight that had suspended operations to Nairobi have resumed landing at the JKIA sparking uproar from the public.
The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
Capital FM, 27 February 2020
Kenya said Thursday it was not planning to ban flights from China over coronavirus fears, insisting it is following World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines in managing the… Read more »
Nairobi News, 27 February 2020
The Chinese Embassy has confirmed that there will be more flights arriving at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport over the coming weeks amidst concerns of the Coronavirus… Read more »
Nairobi News, 26 February 2020
Two weeks after China Southern Airlines suspended its direct flights to Nairobi amid the rising cases of the coronavirus, the airline on Wednesday resumed flights to and from… Read more »
Nation, 26 February 2020
Twitter was ablaze Wednesday evening after the government announced that 239 passengers, who arrived in Nairobi aboard a China Southern flight, were cleared of coronavirus and… Read more »
As the coronavirus continues to spread beyond mainland China, the medical journal The Lancet has released a study ranking the vulnerability of African countries to the highly ... Read more »