• UN Tourism Members advance agenda for Europe as region leads global recovery
  • Sustainable tourism market to grow at 14% CAGR by 2032
  • UN Tourism launches investment guidelines for Albania
  • 'UAE, Egypt, Vietnam popular among Indian solo travellers'
  • Oman Air mulls single aircraft-type operating model
  • Etihad Airways adds Al Qassim to its route network

Covid booster dose along with negative RT-PCR test mandatory for entering Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Civil Aviation Authority has made the third booster dose of Covid-19 vaccine mandatory for inbound travellers (18 years and above) who have taken their second vaccine 8 months ago or earlier. Before boarding, a passenger has to ensure that Tawakkalna app is showing the vaccine status as ‘immune’. (Those who have not received the booster dose 8 months after the second dose are not considered immune.)

Passengers must hold a valid negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test certificate of an Antigen test report carried out within 48 hours before departure to the Kingdom, regardless of the immunisation status. Children below the age of 8 years are exempt from this requirement.

Read Previous

Airbnb expects Q1, 2022 room nights to exceed 2019 levels

Read Next

Vishwas Makhija steps down as ATOAI President

Download Magazine