Oman extends entry ban on passengers from India, Philippines, Pakistan and Bangladesh

Muscat: Oman extends entry ban on passengers from India, Philippines, Pakistan and Bangladesh until further notice

In the latest update OmanAirports said: The Supreme Committee for dealing with Covid-19 and the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has decided to extend the suspension of entry to Oman until further notice for arrivals from India, Pakistan, Philippines, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Brazil, Sudan, Nigeria, Tanzania, Siena Leone, Ethiopia, and Vietnam.

The Supreme Committee also decided to lift the Arab Republic of Egypt from the list of countries from which arrivals are banned.

It also decided to add to the list the following countries to the new ban list: Singapore, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Tunisia, Libya, Argentina, Colombia and Brunei Darussalam, and arrivals from any other country if they have passed through any of the aforementioned countries during the previous 14 days preceding their request to entry the Sultanate.

Starting from 5 pm Friday, 9th of July, 2021 until further notice, and remains in effect until further notice, Omani citizens, diplomates , health staff, and their families are exempt from the ban and will be subject to entry procedures adopted by the Sultanate.

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