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Indian High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya
Jeevan Bharati Building
P.O. Box 30074
Consulate Appointment or Contact Indian High Commission in Nairobi : Visit only by Appointment
For consular service, you must book an appointment, You are advised to book on normal working hours via making a phone call or email on email@example.com. Also for more details please check in first instance the consulate website for enquiries contact form .
India Consulates in Kenya may prioritize Appointment for India citizens or have dedicated support.
If unfortunately unable to get contact here, one should try to the Indian Deputy High Commission in Mombasa,
For your convenience here listed all other representatives of India located in Kenya.
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COVID-19 Vaccines Update
As the analysis report of vaccines has been observed by the government, it has proposed to begin the vaccination procedures. Considering the statistical analysis of COVID-19 patients, the government has decided officially to commence the first phase of vaccination in December 2020. Vaccination will be provided regarding the presence of a number of doses in total which states that this first phase will be treating only 20 percent population. Next phases will be initiated later on to provide more vaccine doses to the rest of the population. The recent report states that in the year 2021, the total number of vaccines provided to the COVID-19 patients is ..... .... patients have been vaccinated already. The next phases of vaccinating these doses will be initiated in the upcoming months.
We all are well aware of the deadly disease COVID-19 that has made a great destruction in our peaceful lives. It’s been a year and we are unable to cure this disease but not anymore. This is because multiple medicinal companies are providing vaccines to treat patients suffering from COVID-19. In the beginning process, these vaccines will be treating a small number of patients but will do more later on for sure.
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Indian Deputy High Commission in Mombasa, Kenya
Bank of India Building, 3rd Floor
P. O. Box 90164
(+254) 41 - 2224 433
(+254) 41 - 2311 051
(+254) 41 - 2316 740