Muscat: Oman’s CAA issues new circular, suspends travel from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
In the statement said CAA: Based on the decision made by the Supreme Committee for dealing with Covid issued on 21 April 2021, the Civil Aviation Authority would like to inform all airlines operating into the Sultanate that has been decided the following:
Adding arrivals from the India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and travelers who have been in or transited through any of these countries in the previous 14 days prior to their request to enter the Sultanate, to the list of countries from which entry to the Sultanate is suspended effective 6pm Oman local time on Saturday 24 April 2021 until further notice.
This excluded Omani citizens diplomats , healthcare workers and their families who will be subject to the approved procedures upon arriving in the Sultanate. said in the statement Oman CAA.
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