Vaccination must to enter places in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Interior has announced that only those who are fully vaccinated by a vaccine approved by the Ministry of Health will be allowed to enter all places in all regions of the Kingdom, said a Saudi Press Agency report.


The Ministry of Interior, through its accounts on the social network “Twitter” and “Snapchat”, stressed the need for vaccination to protect the public health from coronavirus.


It said, from August 1, only fully vaccinated citizens and residents will be allowed to enter all places, activities, events, government and private facilities, or use public transportation, across the kingdom's regions.


The account of the Interior Ministry and its security sectors have interacted, in the past days, with the decision's imminent enforcement by publishing and raising awareness of it in seven major languages.


The ministry also called on everyone to adhere to the precautionary and preventive measures, and fully comply with the application of health requirements, such as social distancing, wearing a mask and hand washing, in addition to adhering to the approved protocols.




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