Skip to content
4 categories excluded from the “travel ban” for unvaccinated citizens
archive photo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has identified four categories that are excluded from the decision to prevent the travel of unvaccinated citizens

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has identified four categories that are excluded from the decision to prevent the travel of unvaccinated citizens, which came into force on January 10, and the status of the exemption is required to be shown in the “Al-Hosn” application.

The excluded cases included citizens of the country under the age of 18, and groups medically excluded from taking the vaccine, with the need to review the health authority from which the medical exemption was issued, to include it in the “Al-Hosn” application, and those recovering from the “Covid-19” virus, who did not exceed Their recovery period is three months, regardless of the number of doses, and exceptional humanitarian cases, including cases of illness or death of first-degree relatives of citizens, as they can contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation’s call center (number 80044444) to issue a travel permit.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that it is required for citizens traveling to present the status of their travel permit on the Al-Hosn application, and to ensure that they have obtained two doses of the “Covid-19” vaccine, in addition to the supporting dose, in accordance with the national protocol for supporting doses approved in the country.

Read also :