Saudi Arabia Removes PCR Test & Quarantine Requirement

Saudi Arabia abolishes PCR test and quarantine requirement for passengers arriving in the kingdom.

Saudi Arabia has announced the lifting of several sanctions imposed on the kingdom following a drop in Corona cases.

According to the Saudi Gazette, social distance restrictions have been lifted in all mosques, including the two holy shrines (Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi), but masks have been made mandatory.

The Saudi Gazette says that the condition of PCR test and quarantine has also been abolished for passengers coming from abroad.

In addition, the ban on citizens wearing masks and social distance when leaving their homes has been lifted.

According to the Saudi Gazette, the lifting of sanctions will take effect today.