- More concessions for Indo-Bahrain travelers
- Air India says no need to show proof of residence
- PCR test for those who have not been vaccinated
Authorities have previously said that those who do not receive the vaccine do not need quarantine in Bahrain. After this, Air India clarified that passengers do not have to produce their residence permit. Those who come with a vaccine certificate approved by the World Health Organization or Bahrain do not need to undergo the Kovid PCR test before departure. They do not even need a 10 day quarantine in Bahrain. At the same time, the vaccine certificate must have a scanning QR code.
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However, travelers over the age of six who have not been vaccinated must present a PCR negative certificate at the time of travel within 72 hours. This certificate must have a QR code. Another suggestion is that the online PDF certificate obtained at the time of scanning and its printout held should be identical. Air India has warned passengers to be cautious as the authorities are conducting strict checks at Bahrain airports.
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However, those under the age of six do not need a negative certificate. Passengers over the age of 12 who have not been vaccinated must stay in the quarantine for 10 days at the place of residence. Passengers, both vaccinated and non-vaccinated, are required to undergo three PCR tests upon arrival in Bahrain. The first will be held at the Bahrain airport, the second on the fifth day and the third on the tenth.
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