The recent outbreak of coronavirus resulted in the closure of several places including the Holy Shrines. A lockdown was imposed throughout the country and the airports, hospitals s and educational departments were also closed to prevent the deadly disease. Now after several months, the conditions are returning to normal which resulted in the lifting of lockdown and the airports started operating again.
However, Saudi Airlines confirmed that it is not allowed to enter the Kingdom for those coming from these countries. Which are these 3 countries? What condition is applied for the citizens to travel from these countries? To know more, read the article below.
Question asked by the Reader
The Saudi Airlines confirmed that it is not allowed to enter the Kingdom for those coming from India, Brazil, and Argentina except after staying 14 days outside those countries, after inquiring of one of the beneficiaries, saying:
Can Indians who have a valid visa, departure, and return reach Saudi Arabia through Dubai Transit? Within 72 hours of performing the PCR test?
What was the reply of Saudi Airlines Regarding that Issue?
The official account of Saudi Airlines responded via Twitter, stating:
Passengers are not permitted to come to the Kingdom from India, Brazil, or Argentina unless the passenger has stayed outside those countries for a period of no less than 14 days.
What is the main Condition for Traveling to the Kingdom
Nothing that the passenger carries a PCR result and is among the categories allowed to travel to the Kingdom.
The following conditions are explained by Saudi Airlines that is necessary for traveling to the Kingdom. For more information and inquiry, visit our website. Stay safe. Stay tuned.