Thursday, 21 Jan 2021

Omani Supreme Committee Lifts Ban on Entry to, Exit from Oman

Muscat, Omani Supreme Committee tasked with tackling developments resulting from coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic decided during a meeting today under the chairmanship of Minister of Interior Hamoud bin Faisal al-Busaidi to annul the decision to ban entry to and exit from Oman through various land, air and sea outlets starting from 12 am on Tuesday, 29 December 2020.
In a bid to protect all members of the society against the various Covid-19 variants, the Committee has taken the following decisions:
– Obtaining a PCR test, compulsory, before coming to Oman from all countries of the world without exception.
– Imposing quarantine again for those arriving on short visits to Oman for less than seven days.
– Registering in (Tarrasud) application prior to arrival in Oman.
– Obtaining a health insurance that covers costs of Covid-19 treatment. Omanis, GCC citizens and those who have free health cards are exempted.


Source: Saudi Press Agency

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