Quarantine exemption for vaccinated; Qatar extends term to six months

Quarantine exemption for vaccinated; Qatar extends term to six months


Highlight:

  • You can leave the country at any time after receiving the second dose
  • Children under the age of 16 with vaccinated parents do not need a hotel quarantine
  • Seven days is enough to stay at home quarantine

Doha: The Qatari Ministry of Health has extended the quarantine exemption for those receiving the Kovid vaccine in Qatar from three months to six months. Accordingly, after leaving the country for six months after receiving the second dose of the vaccine, you will not have to stay in the hotel quarantine when you return to Qatar. Earlier, the exemption was allowed for up to three months. The six-month period is calculated from the 14th day after receiving the second dose of the vaccine.

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However, the relief is available only to those who have received the second dose of the vaccine 14 days later. This means that those who travel abroad and return 14 days before receiving the second dose will not receive this benefit. On return to Qatar, Kovid is required to produce a negative certificate on the PCR test.

The ministry said he could leave the country at any time after receiving the second dose. In addition to those who have been vaccinated, children under the age of 16 who come with vaccinated parents do not need a hotel quarantine. Earlier, the health ministry had said that they would have to stay at home for seven days in the quarantine. However, the ministry said the exemptions would only apply to those vaccinated in Qatar.

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In Qatar, 471 more people were diagnosed with Kovid on Tuesday. This brings the total number of Kovid victims to 167,888. According to the latest figures, the number of active positive cases in the country has risen to 11,012. With 313 new cases, 156,612 people have been diagnosed with the disease in the country. Of those newly diagnosed, 418 were infected through contact. 53 are from abroad. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health has confirmed that a 67-year-old man has died of covid in the country today. This brings the total death toll to 264. A total of 87 new patients were hospitalized with Kovid. Of the current 651 patients, 116 are in the ICU.

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