Saudi lifts Covid precautionary measures

Saudi Arabia has lifted Covid precautionary measures, starting yesterday, an official Ministry of Interior source said. Measures, including social distancing and wearing masks outdoors, are no longer mandatory in the kingdom, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The ministry also announced the end of social distancing in all mosques, but said worshippers still have to wear masks.

Saudi Arabia will no longer require travellers 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 on visit visas of any kind are required to get insurance that covers the costs of treatment from any coronavirus infection.



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