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Saudi Arabia has lifted a ban on 11 countries as part of COVID-19 measures.

Axar.az reports that this was reported by the official SPA news agency of the kingdom.

According to the report, those from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Germany, the United States, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, England, Sweden, Switzerland, France and Japan have been given the right to enter Saudi Arabia.

The decision will be implemented tomorrow at 07:00 and quarantine will be applied to those from these countries.

At the same time, a document on vaccination against COVID-19, COVID-19 test and a 15-day quarantine condition for those who are not vaccinated will be required when entering the country.

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2021.05.29 / 21:57
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