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Foreigners need to have a visa and passport to travel outside Saudi Arabia. This was announced by the Directorate General of Passports. The news was reported by ‘Gulf News’ quoting local media. In addition, Kevid vaccination is not mandatory for expatriates returning to Saudi Arabia. However, the Directorate General of Passports has stated that they only need a visa and a residency ID.
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At the same time, Kovid restrictions were lifted in Saudi Arabia. In addition, the Saudis have avoided any precautionary or preventive measures that may have been imposed on the country. The most important of these is that the mask is not mandatory in closed spaces. This was reported by the official news agency quoting the Home Ministry yesterday. The announcement said the mask was still needed in the mosques of Makkah and Madinah.
In addition, proof of vaccination is no longer required for access to entertainment programs, institutions, airplanes, and public transportation in the country. Saudi officials say they have managed to control Kovid to some extent. However, the Saudi Press Agency said that only those wearing masks should be allowed to enter areas where preventive measures are to be taken. Meanwhile, the Saudi Ministry of Religious Affairs has appointed a woman to the section. During his visit to Makkah, the Minister of Religious Affairs, Dr. The appointment was announced by Abdul Latif bin Abdul Aziz.
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