Updating the protocol for passengers arriving at the country’s airports

The official spokesman for the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, Dr. Taher Al-Buraik Al-Amri, announced the update of the protocol for arrivals to the country.

Al-Amiri explained that those under the age of sixteen who are not vaccinated will be exempted from the requirement of a PCR laboratory examination upon arrival, with the need to adhere to all preventive and precautionary measures in force in the country, noting that the latest measures of Covid-19 statistics in the country show a balance in the country entering the stage of recovery. From the pandemic, it was observed that the number of cases was stabilizing and the frequency of no deaths being recorded for a noticeable period continued.

Al-Amiri called on all members of society to continue to adhere to the precautionary measures of wearing masks as much as possible, leaving safe social distances, washing and sterilizing hands constantly, preserving the groups most vulnerable to infection, avoiding gatherings, and other various necessary precautionary measures.

He stressed that adhering to preventive measures, adopting a culture of self-protection and social responsibility, and preserving the state's gains are more important today than ever before, as maintaining the stability we have reached today in light of different waves in the world is a societal challenge for all of us.