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Kenya unveils Health and Safety Protocols for MICE SectorBy ATTA®
Kenya has adopted the World Travel & Tourism Council health and hygiene global standardised protocols for its Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibition (MICE) sector.
This is a crucial step in the recovery process which ensures that safety and hygiene of travellers are the top priority.
Events, Conference/Exhibition facilities are currently considered high-risk areas and operations remain restricted during the COVID-19 pandemic period in accordance with the country’s Ministry of Health (MOH) guidelines and shall be gradually opened with new available information on the virus.
MICE protocols standardised for Kenya take into consideration the current realities and envision the future of the industry post-COVID-19.
Here are some of the protocols that are going to feature at MICE events in the future;