Riyadh (Gulf Inside) The Civil Aviation Department of Saudi Arabia has informed all the public and private airlines in the country about the new travel rules.
According to Al Arabiya Net, the Civil Aviation Department has said that “airlines can allow Saudi nationals to travel on international flights provided they have received a fixed dose of any vaccine approved in the kingdom.”
“Saudi citizens under the age of 12 will be exempt from the vaccine requirement if they submit a medical insurance document covering the risks of coronavirus abroad.”
Citizens who have been cured of the coronavirus for less than six months will also be exempt from the ban. It will also provide immunity to citizens who have been infected with the virus and have received a dose of a state-approved vaccine.
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The Civil Aviation Department has directed that the implementation of these regulations will start from August 9, 2021.
The Saudi Interior Ministry has previously warned that travel to countries affected by the corona epidemic and those infected with the new strain of the coronavirus is not permitted, and violations will be prosecuted.