Travel Advisory in Effect for Kenya

Travel Advisory in Effect for Kenya

Kenya’s Ministry of Health has reported more than 800 cases of cholera, a significant increase over the average incidence, primarily in Homa Bay, Migori, and Nairobi counties since late January 2015; the outbreak has peaked.

Cholera vaccine is available.

Strict hygiene and food and beverage precautions are advised for travel to risk areas.

Travelers should carry oral rehydration salts in case of severe watery diarrhea.


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