Saudi permits vaccinated citizens to travel from May 17


Daijiworld Media Network - Riyadh

Riyadh, May 3: Saudi ministry of interior (MoI) announced that vaccinated Saudis and those recovered from Covid-19 will be allowed to travel abroad from May 17.

Citizens who are fully vaccinated or have received the first dose of vaccination at least 14 days prior will be permitted to travel. As per the information provided on the Tawakkalna app, citizens who have been infected must have recovered at least 6 months prior to travel.

According to the MoH guidelines, children between the ages of 8 and 18 are exempted from the vaccination rule. They must present travel insurance from Saudi Central Bank that would ensure Covid-19 medical care and they must also spend seven days in quarantine upon their return to the kingdom and conduct PCR test. Children under 8 are exempt from the test.

  

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