Update from East African based safari company Cheli and Peacock:
As of 17 May, Kenya’s borders remain closed and the nationwide curfew between 1900 and 0500 has been extended by President Uhuru Kenyatta until the 6 June. The cessation of movement into and out of the counties of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kwale, Mandera and Kilifi persists. Face masks are to be worn by all people at all times in public places, vehicles must carry only 50% of their passenger capacity, random temperature checks continue to be conducted in public places and social distancing of 1.5 m apart is required at all times. Kenyans have so far shown unwavering support for these measures, understanding the need to mitigate further spread.