Saudi Arabia asks airlines to register traveller immunisation data

A Saudi man was caught at the King Khalid international airport, he was wearing a face mask. Saudi authorities lift the travel ban on its citizens after fourteen months due to Coronavirus.

They decided to launch an online portal for airlines, all foreigners travelling to Saudi Arab State, the General Authority for Civil Aviation said on Wednesday.

They made a Saudi mobile app that tracks coronavirus cases.

Non-citizens arriving from eligible countries who are fully vaccinated or recently recovered from COVID-19 will no longer have to spend seven days will no longer be quarantined in government hotels.

All travellers have to spend 14 days in government hotels and provide negative PCR tests.

 

There are some more new rules like anyone over the age of eight years who is not vaccinated must quarantine for 20 days at their own expense.

Saudi citizens are still banned from travelling to 13 countries due to increasing cases, they may continue suspending countries where the pandemic remains bad.

There is so much so they are taking precautions and they want everyone to cooperate.

Saudi domestic airlines are seeing a change, a quicker recovery.

Who can fly abroad now?

Anyone who received two vaccination shots, those who recovered from COVID-19 within the last six months, those who are 18 and above and have an insurance policy can travel abroad.

Saudi announced 60 daily flights as the number of cases were decreasing, we all are expecting a change as we are taking good care of ourselves.

We hope that everyone is staying at home and taking good care of themselves and their family’s too.

 

 

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