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This advice has been reviewed and reissued with amendments to the Summary and LOCAL TRAVEL section (continuing serious unrest). We now advise against all but essential travel to the urban centres of Kisumu, Kakamega, Kericho, Eldore; to the Kisauni Likoni and Tiwi areas around Mombasa; and to rural areas between Nakuru and Eldoret and around Kericho in the Rift Valley. We also advise against all but essential travel to Nairobi city centre, Uhuru Park and the, Kibera, Mathare, and Eastleigh areas of Nairobi.
British High Commission officials continue to monitor the situation and travel advice will be updated at regular intervals. We are working closely with the Kenyan authorities and are in touch with British nationals across the country.
We advise against all but essential travel to the urban centres of Kisumu, Kakamega, Kericho, Eldoret; to the Kisauni, Likoni and Tiwi areas around Mombasa; and to rural areas between Nakuru and Eldoret and around Kericho in the Rift Valley. We also advise against all but essential travel to Nairobi city centre, Uhuru Park and the Kibera, Mathare, and Eastleigh areas of Nairobi.
We recommend that you stay indoors. If you need to travel, including to an airport, you should exercise extreme caution and seek advice locally either from your tour operator or the local Kenyan authorities.
There continues to be serious unrest in parts of Kenya, particularly in urban centres, following the announcement of the presidential election results. There are reports of sporadic violent clashes in the countryside between Eldoret and Nakuru and around Kericho. There are also reports of rioting in Naivasha, particularly in the Kabati slum area. Militia activity, including killings, has been reported around Eldoret. Around 200 Kenyan nationals are reported to have been killed in the disturbances.
National security forces have been deployed across the country to the main trouble spots. There is a heavy police presence in central Nairobi. Tour operators in the Mombassa area are working with the Tourist Police Unit who are providing escorts to and from Moi International Airport for tour groups. A 6pm to 6am curfew has been imposed in Kisumu town. The situation is fluid and we are updating our travel advice regularly.
General shortages of food and fuel supplies are being reported in many parts of the country as supermarkets and petrol stations remain closed. Kenya Airways (KQ) flights between Kisumu and Nairobi have been suspended, pending review on 2 January, although other airlines continue to operate services on this route. International and other domestic flights are currently operating normally but you should check with your airline before travelling to the airport.

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