Oman allows the entry of vaccinated Pakistani nationals
The Sultanate of Oman on Monday has decided to lift the ban on entry of citizens from 18 countries, comprising Pakistan and India.
Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority has established that citizens from 18 countries comprising Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh who have been fully inoculated against the coronavirus, can now travel to Oman.
The official Twitter account of Oman’s CAA also tweeted an announcement that stated that “termination of the list of countries” from where arrivals were prohibited.
هيئة الطيران المدني تصدر تعميمًا لكافة المسافرين وشركات الطيران العاملة بالسلطنة بناءً على القرار الصادر عن اللجنة العليا #COVID-19 بشأن إنهاء العمل بقائمة الدول التي يحظر على القادمين منها دخول أراضي السلطنة، ويسري القرار بدءًا من 1 سبتمبر 2021م من الساعة 12 ظهرًا بتوقيت السلطنة pic.twitter.com/8Wy1HxzByK
— هيئة الطّيران المدني (@CAAOMN) August 23, 2021
The new procedures issued by Oman’s CAA will be effective from September 1.
Earlier, Oman had levied a travel ban on countries and positioned them on the red list due to the growing COVID-19 cases.
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