Travelers Arriving from UAE, 10 Other Countries are Allowed to Enter Saudi Arabia
The Countries are Allowed to Enter Saudi Arabia include the UAE, German, UK, Ireland, Sweden, France, Portugal, USA, Switzerland, Japan, and Italy
Saudi Press Agency stated that the 11 countries allowed to enter Saudi Arabia are the UAE, German, UK, Ireland, Sweden, France, Portugal, USA, Switzerland, Japan, and Italy are now welcome to enter the Kingdom. That was imposed to control the spread of Covid-19 according to the Saudi Public Health Authority (PHA).
Although there are other countries still not allowed to enter Saudi Arabia. These are Argentina, Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, Lebanon, Egypt, India where the pandemic remains unstable. The same applies to non-Saudi passengers who have passed through any of the countries mentioned above during 14 days preceding their entry to the Kingdom.
Precautions you Must Take Before Going to Saudi Arabia
The passengers over the age of eight who are allowed to enter Saudi Arabia must provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test certificate that has been completed within 72 hours from the time the test is undertaken until departing to the kingdom, and those who did not provide the certificate will be denied from boarding the airplane.
On arrival, the passengers must complete quarantine at an approved facility at their own cost for seven days, and if the test is negative, they can leave quarantine on the 8th day.
According to the Saudi public health authority (PHA), all passengers must obtain a vaccine certificates for COVID 19 with one of the following vaccines:
- Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen
Read More: UAE Quarantine Guidelines For Travelers
However, if you’re traveling to Saudi Arabia or not. You should take the vaccine. Also, continue taking all the precautions.
The World Health (WHO) declared that “vaccines are critical to ending the COVID-19 pandemic”.