Oman’s Minister of Transport: Citizens and expats continue travelling without prior approval

Muscat: The 16th Press conference of the Supreme Committee dealing on Covid-19 pandemic in the country, Thursday ,24 September 2020

H.E Eng. Said bin Hamood Al maawali

Minister of Transport, Communications & Information Technology. Member of the Supreme Committee on COVID-19

The Supreme Committee agreed that it’s the time now to reopen (in the coming period) 3 of 11 businesses that were reviewed”

October 1st 2020 will see the return of air operation. For Omanis to travel internationally the should comply with the procedures announced by national carriers

Citizens & Foreigners continue travelling without the need for a prior approval

Health insurance for all non-Omanis to cover the cost of treatment for at least a month.

In accordance with the decision of the Supreme Committee, the maritime crews will be allowed to start changing the rotation in the Sultanate, which is good news as there are some of our sons who have spent more than 6 months outside the Sultanate and will be able to return finally.

Omani traveling on international flights must abide by the procedures announced by the national carriers

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