Thursday, 28 October 2021

Quarantine norm lifted for fully vaccinated Indians by Saudi Arabia

Quarantine norm lifted for fully vaccinated by Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia authorities announced that Indian nationals, who have traveled to India after receiving both vaccine doses in Saudi Arabia, will return directly without a need for quarantine.

In a relief to travelers, Saudi authorities announced that Indian nationals, who have traveled to India after receiving both doses of the vaccine in Saudi Arabia, will be able to return to the Kingdom directly without the need for quarantine in a third country.

 In a tweet, the Indian Embassy in Riyadh said: "Embassy is pleased to inform that Saudi Authorities have announced Indian nationals.

After receiving both doses of the vaccine in Saudi Arabia w, those who have traveled to India be able to return to the Kingdom directly without the need for quarantine in a third country."

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.

— India in Saudi Arabia (@IndianEmbRiyadh) August 24, 2021

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It also mentioned that more details are awaiting from India's foreign ministry.

Last month, the Saudi authorities said it would impose a three-year travel ban on citizens traveling to countries on the Kingdom's 'red list,'

In efforts to restrict the spread of coronavirus and its new variants, including India, state news agency SPA had reported.

It cited an unknown interior ministry official as saying some Saudi citizens, who in May were allowed to travel abroad without prior approval from authorities for the first time since 2020 March, had breach travel rules and law.

The official said.

"Anyone who is confirm to be involved will be subject to legal responsibility and huge penalties upon the return, and will be banned from travelling for three years,"

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