As the world moves towards the chapter in a post-pandemic world, Saudi Arabia has made a big step in its recovery from COVID-19.

The Kingdom has declared that all travel restrictions related to COVID-19 for tourists entering the country have now been lifted.

The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) also confirmed that all those visiting Saudi Arabia will no longer need to present vaccination proof or a PCR test upon entry.

Quarantine requirements have also been removed, as well as any restrictions for countries previously deemed as “red-listed”.

Furthermore, per SPA, “social distancing measures in all open and closed places” including mosques have been suspended.

As for masks, they are now only required to be worn in closed spaces.

It is a requirement for all visitors, no matter what visa they are on, to ensure they have insurance to cover the cost of any treatment that may be needed relating to COVID-19.

In addition, visitors must ensure they have the Tawakkalna app downloaded on their phones as it contains proof of vaccination and is required to be shown to enter public places around the Kingdom including malls, restaurants, cinemas and more.

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