Saudi Arabia announced to lift the travel ban which was imposed on passengers arriving from 11 countries to break the transmission of novel coronavirus.

General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of Saudi Arabia on 29th May issued guidelines to all airline companies operating in the country’s airports, regarding the update of lifting travel restrictions on travellers arriving in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia permitting entry for those arriving by air ways and ending the suspension of travel for those arriving from the countries United Arab Emirates, Germany, United States, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Japan. All travellers arriving from these counries are required to go through quarantine.

Meanwhile, travel ban will be remain countinue on 9 countries as to prevent the country from the effect of deadly coronavirus, ban countries are India, Pakistan, Argentina, Indonesia, Portugal, Turkey, South Africa, Lebanon, Egypt.


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