Foreign tourists who have got the vaccine will be given entry in Saudi Arabia from August 9

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Saudi Arabia will allow vaccinated foreign tourists to enter its border from 9 August (Monday). Due to the Corona epidemic, foreign tourists were not getting entry in the country for the last 17 months. Earlier, from August 1, the ban on entry of tourist visa holders into the country was abolished. Information about this has been given in the report of Saudi Press Agency.

According to the information received from the media of Saudi Arabia, this year it has been decided to allow Umrah to Muslims all over the world. Umrah will start from August 10 for devotees across the world. Hajj and Umrah committee member Hani Ali Al Hariri confirmed to the state-run Al Arabiya TV that those wishing to perform Umrah will be able to book travel through about 6,000 agencies and 30 online platforms across the world. This time around 500 companies are preparing to welcome foreign tourists. With the condition that their vaccination against Kovid-19 will have been completed. Saudi companies that provide Umrah will provide accommodation, means of transportation and all services.

The Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia gave this information

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Giving information, the Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia said, “Travelers who have had Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines approved by the Saudi government. They will be allowed to enter the country without going to the quarantine. Those who get the tourist visa.” They can apply through Spirit of Saudi website (visitsaudi.com) PCR report has to be shown.”

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