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Saudi Arabia resumes international flights

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Saudi Arabia on Saturday lifted the ban on International Flights and reopened its land and sea borders after placing a temporary ban for two weeks starting from Sunday, 11 AM

The Kingdom took the precautionary measure after reports of a new strain were being reported from the United Kingdom and other European Countries.

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It will be recalled that the Ministry of Interior temporarily suspend ed entry to the Kingdom through the land and sea ports for a period of one week, which can be extended for another week.

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As the case is now, the measures towards curbing the spread of the new strand of the virus is still in place. Everyone who returns from one of the European countries or from any country where the epidemic appeared, as determined by the Ministry of Health must adhere to the home isolation for a period of two weeks starting from the date of his arrival to the Kingdom.

 

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