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Your Covid-19 test cert not enough to enter rally venue

UNIQUE SPORTS By Ochieng Oyugi | April 24th 2021
WRC Safari Rally Project CEO Phineas Kimathi address media at the KWS service park in Naivasha during scrutineering, free practice and installation of tracking devices ahead of the African Rally Championships to be held from Friday April 22-25, 2021. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

Have you been tested for the Covid 19? Have you received vaccination against the global pandemic? Well, that's fine, but it's not a ticket to visit the rally headquarters at the Kenya Wild Services Institute in Naivasha.

 The headquarters which is considered a high risk zone hosts VIPs and the rally drivers. You have to undergo a rigorous covid test in two locations approved by the rally authorities for you to enter the location.

Onkar Rai navigated by Drew Sturrock during Africa Rally Championship shake down at Loldia in Naivasha on April 23, 2021. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

 "We have two covid centres which we have approved, one is here at the service park while the other is at the Naivsaha Resort.

"We don't accept tests and vaccinations from elsewhere," Miraj Kalaya Muna, the Marshal Covid Head, explained.

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