Kenya hit out at the United Kingdom after London added the east African country to its coronavirus travel ‘red list’, saying the decision was ‘discriminatory’ and lacked ‘logic and scientific knowledge of the disease or the spread of the pandemic’. This, Africa News reports after the UK, on Friday, announced new travel restrictions banning Kenyans or anybody transiting through Kenyan airports from setting foot in the UK starting on April 9, saying it had established the South African coronavirus variant was fast spreading locally in the country. On Sunday, Nairobi responded with its own measures, banning passenger flights originating or transiting through UK airports for a month. Only cargo flights are exempt from the ban, but crew members will be required to present both a vaccination certificate and a negative PCR certificate.