21 Kenyans Arraigned Before Court For Possessing Fake COVID Certificates

Authorities of Kenya have arrested 21 individuals blamed for endeavoring to use fake Coronavirus free certificates to venture out from Kenya to the United Arab Emirates.

This came after the UAE gave a visa restriction on Kenyans, supposedly after visitors were discovered utilizing ‘manufactured’ certificates.

The suspects showed up in court later on Friday November 26, 2020.

Fairly recently, the UAE chose to quit offering visas to residents of 13 countries, including Kenya, Somalia, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria.

The 21 travellers who were arrested at the air terminal were endeavoring to travel to Dubai when they were stopped at the main air terminal in Kenyan capital Nairobi on Thursday 26th November.

They are accused for utilizing forged medical reports that revealed they tested negative for Covid ahead of time of traveling.

On another recent flight, from Nairobi to Dubai, around 100 Kenyans were purportedly found with comparative adulterated reports and half later tested positive at the air terminal.

Kenya has recorded 80,102 affirmed cases of Covid and 1,427 deaths since the pandemic started. On Thursday a further 780 contaminations were accounted for, as per the Kenyan health service.

New restrictions on open social affairs were introduced on Thursday. The quantity of visitors permitted to go to weddings has been decreased to 50 and close to 100 grievers may go to a memorial service.

Meanwhile, church services are presently restricted to a limit of an hour and a half.

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