Saudi Arabia has now abolished the quarantine requirements for Indians who have been vaccinated in Saudi Arabia itself.

This applies to those who have received both their doses in the nation, None of them will now require vaccination in a third country as it was before.

The Saudi Embassy also announced the announcement on its social media channels, "Embassy is pleased to inform that Saudi Authorities have announced that Indian nationals who have travelled to India after receiving both doses of the vaccine in Saudi Arabia will be able to return to the Kingdom directly without need for quarantine in a third country."

Saudi is one of the nations that have followed strict rules and regulations to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The nation has been restricting and easing travel to other countries based on the coronavirus infection rate for over a year now.

Earlier, it had announced a three-year travel ban on citizens who travelled to the Saudi-red-listed country.


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