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Madonna has reportedly been in five countries in just three weeks for her winter holiday amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The singer seemingly hasn't let the worldwide pandemic slow her down as she jetted all around the globe.
It's claimed the songstress, 62, jetted from Los Angeles to London with her boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 26, with four of her children – David Banda, Mercy James, twins Estere and Stella – on Christmas Eve.
In London, they picked up Madonna's UK-based son Rocco, 20, whom she shares with Guy Ritchie.
The famous family then made the trip to Malawi via a stop over in Egypt on December 28.
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They met President Lazarus Chakwera and the locals as well as taking a trip to the hospital Madonna founded and Jacaranda School for Orphans near Blantyre during their week in Malawi.
Four of her six children were adopted from Malawi.
The group touched down in Kenya on Wednesday where they have spent time with the Pokot Tribe in the Baringo Valley.
A source close said Madonna and her family have been taking regular Covid-19 tests, according to The Sun.
Madonna's family were understood to have jetted around via private jet.
Also her personal photographer Ricardo Gomes was on hand to capture her magnificent breaks in Malawi and Kenya.
Madonna has been sharing a glorious slew of sun-soaked snaps from her holiday on Instagram with her 15.6million fans.
Travellers arriving in Egypt, Malawi and Kenya must present a negative Covid-19 test taken up to 72 hours before.
"High-value business travellers" didn't have to quarantine in the UK "subject to specific criteria being met" in December.
The Mirror reached out to Madonna's representative for further comment.