Muscat: Saudi Arabia announced on Tuesday the temporary suspension of entry into the Kingdom for non-citizens, diplomats, health practitioners and their families for those coming from 20 countries, starting from Wednesday 3 Feb 2021.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, an official source in the Ministry of Interior said that due to the importance of maintaining the epidemiological situation and public health in the Kingdom, the Ministry of Interior would like to announce that it has decided to suspend entry to the Kingdom – for non-citizens, diplomats, health practitioners and their families – temporarily for those coming from 20 countries.
The list of countries included: Argentina, United Arab Emirates, Germany, United States of America, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Pakistan, Brazil, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Turkey, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Lebanon, Egypt, India, and Japan.
The Ministry also noted that this will be implemented as of 9 pm (KSA time) on Wednesday 3 February, as a part of the Kingdom’s preventive measurers to combat the spread of the Covid-19
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