Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in Saudi Arabia

Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in Saudi Arabia

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Except for nationals or residents, GCC nationals, and holders of valid visas granted by Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia has limited entry to all travelers.

Except for technical stops, humanitarian, medevac, and repatriation flights with prior GACA approval, Saudi Arabia has suspended all incoming flights.

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A negative PCR test certificate provided by a checked laboratory must be presented to all arriving travelers of all ages (except Saudi citizens) within 48 hours from the time of the test to the time the passenger arrives in the Kingdom. Boarding will be denied to travelers without certificates.

Upon arrival at the airport, all passengers must sign and send to the health control center a Health Disclaimer Form.

After arriving in the kingdom, all travelers will undergo a 2-day self-quarantine at home, then take the PCR test by the end of the month. Self-quarantine at home persists for 7 days if the PCR test is not performed.

The Tatamman and Tawakkalna applications must be downloaded and registered by all travelers. Travelers must assign their home position via the Tatamman app within 8 hours of arrival and complete their regular health assessment on the Tatamman app.