Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Saudi Arabia prohibits its citizens from traveling to Indonesia. This is related to the Covid-19 case.
The announcement was published Saturday (21/5/2022) by the local Directorate General of Passports (Jawazat). Apart from Indonesia, there are 15 other countries.
“Saudi Arabian citizens are prohibited from traveling to 16 countries because of the Covid-19 cases in these countries,” Jawazat said, quoted from the media. Saudi GazetteMonday (23/5/2022)
“The list of countries includes Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, India, Yemen, Somalia, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, Indonesia, Vietnam, Armenia, Belarus and Venezuela.”
Not only a travel ban, Jawazat also announced new rules regarding the validity period of passports for citizens of King Salman who wish to travel to both Arab and non-Arab countries. Where, the validity period of the passport must be more than three months to Arab countries and must be more than six months to non-Arab countries.
The same is true for nationals traveling to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The validity period of the identity must also be more than three months.
Saudis traveling outside the kingdom must have received three doses of the coronavirus vaccine or not more than three months after the second dose of the vaccine. Children under 16 and 12 years of age are also required to receive two doses of the vaccine.
“There will be exceptions for groups that have been granted exemptions, on medical grounds according to the status on the Tawakkalna application,” the agency said.
Collect WorldometersSaudi Arabia recorded 467 Covid-19 cases yesterday with 2 deaths. Currently there are 6,420 active cases in the country.
Throughout the pandemic, there were 763,042 residents infected with 9,130 deaths. A total of 747,492 recovered.
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