Travellers From India To Get Direct Saudi Entry As Covid Curbs Eased: Report

However, the travellers will have to quarantine for five days in government-approved accommodation after arriving in Saudi Arabia, regardless of their vaccination status, said the state news agency citing an interior ministry official.

Travellers From India To Get Direct Saudi Entry As Covid Curbs Eased: Report

Travellers from Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, Vietnam and Egypt will also get direct Saudi entry (File)

Cairo:

Saudi Arabia will allow direct entry to travellers from Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, Vietnam, Egypt and India from December 1, lifting a requirement that they first spend two weeks outside the six countries, state news agency SPA said on Thursday.

Citing an interior ministry official, the agency said travellers would have to quarantine for five days in government-approved accommodation after arriving, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.

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