Saudi Arabia lifts precautionary and preventive COVID-19 measures Measures including social distancing and wearing masks outdoors are no longer mandatory in the Kingdom Interior Ministry stressed importance of sticking to guidelines of the national plan for immunization Saudi Arabia on Saturday lifted precautionary and preventive measures related to combating the coronavirus pandemic. An official source in the Ministry of Interior said measures including social distancing and wearing masks outdoors are no longer mandatory in the Kingdom. The ministry, quoted by the Saudi Press Agency, also said that social distancing in the Two Holy Mosques and all other mosques in the Kingdom would end, but worshipers still have to wear masks. Saudi Arabia will no longer require travelers to undergo mandatory COVID-19 quarantine upon arrival in the Kingdom. Passengers will also no longer need to provide a PCR test upon their arrival. All arrivals in the Kingdom on visit visas of any kind are required to get insurance that covers the costs of treatment from any coronavirus infection. The ministry stressed the importance of continuing to stick to the guidelines of the national plan for immunization, which includes getting a booster dose and applying procedures to verify health status on the “Tawakkalna” app to enter facilities, activities, events, planes and public transportation. It explained that the measures taken above were subject to continuous evaluation by the competent health authorities in the Kingdom, according to the developments in the epidemiological situation.   Source: Arab News 2022-03-07 11:29:57 https://www.ld-export.com/upload/ld-export-9912e8-large.jpg
Saudi Arabia lifts precautionary and preventive COVID-19 measures

Publié le lundi 07 mars 2022. Temps de lecture : 2 minutes

Saudi Arabia lifts precautionary and preventive COVID-19 measures

  • Measures including social distancing and wearing masks outdoors are no longer mandatory in the Kingdom
  • Interior Ministry stressed importance of sticking to guidelines of the national plan for immunization

Saudi Arabia on Saturday lifted precautionary and preventive measures related to combating the coronavirus pandemic.
An official source in the Ministry of Interior said measures including social distancing and wearing masks outdoors are no longer mandatory in the Kingdom.
The ministry, quoted by the Saudi Press Agency, also said that social distancing in the Two Holy Mosques and all other mosques in the Kingdom would end, but worshipers still have to wear masks.
Saudi Arabia will no longer require travelers to undergo mandatory COVID-19 quarantine upon arrival in the Kingdom. Passengers will also no longer need to provide a PCR test upon their arrival.
All arrivals in the Kingdom on visit visas of any kind are required to get insurance that covers the costs of treatment from any coronavirus infection.
The ministry stressed the importance of continuing to stick to the guidelines of the national plan for immunization, which includes getting a booster dose and applying procedures to verify health status on the “Tawakkalna” app to enter facilities, activities, events, planes and public transportation.
It explained that the measures taken above were subject to continuous evaluation by the competent health authorities in the Kingdom, according to the developments in the epidemiological situation.

 

Source: Arab News

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