Travel ban for vaccinated citizens eased in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has lifted the travel ban for vaccinated citizens  

Arab News reported the General Directorate of Passports had specified eligibility criteria for those nationals wishing to travel abroad. 

“The categories include those who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, those who received one dose at least two weeks prior to travel, those recovering from the virus within six months from the date of travel, and citizens under 18-years-old provided they present a travel insurance policy approved by the Saudi Central Bank (SAMA), covering the risks of COVID-19 outside the Kingdom before travel,” Arab News reported. 

As per further report in Arab news, thr General Authority of Civil Aviation said that around 385 flights are expected to operate throughout the Kingdom’s airports on Monday, 17 May .

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