Saudi Arabia is announced the new policy for the entry of non-saudi citizens with the new quarantine policy issued by the internal ministry.

The General Authority of Civil Aviation advised to all airlines operating in the Saudi Arabia’s airports and said that all unvaccinated travelers will have to pay the charges for their quarantine and the cost will be included in the ticket price with a valid health insurance to cover the risks from infection with coronavirus.

Saudi's Civil Aviation directed all airlines to ensure all travellers more then the age of 8 barring Saudi citizens or other exempted groups must carry coronavirus test certificates approved in the Kingdom not exceeding 72 hours before the flight departure.

Also, the person who have completed the process of vaccination, of one of the vaccines approved by the Ministry of Health, to enter in Saudi Arabia without the need for a quarantine facility, provided they present an official vaccination certificate before and upon their arrival to Kingdom.

General Authority of Civil Aviation has also advised airlines to sign a contract with quarantine facilitiation centres approved by the Tourism Minister to accommodate travellers who are Non-Saudi citizens and excluded groups who meet the conditions of institutional quarantine for a period of seven days, provided that a RT-PCR test is done on the sixth day and the result is negative against the test.


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