Just a one-hour flight from Nairobi, Kenya, Lamu Island (specifically, its Shela village) is attracting a portion of the art-world elite and global “affluencers” seeking to continue life—and culture—uninterrupted during the pandemic.
Zero masks are worn indoors and outdoors, a quarantine is not required upon entry, and there are no coronavirus I.C.U.’s on the island. The only thing you need to do to get to Lamu is show proof of a negative test, a policy that, incredibly, has kept it almost entirely coronavirus-free.
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Source: Air Mail