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Saudi Arabia to open borders March 31st As Indonesian pilgrims arrive for Umrah

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has announced the reopening of all borders including International Flights and lifting of all restrictions to pre Covid-19 measures from March 31st, 2021. 

The Kingdom has also allowed the travelling of Citizens abroad starting from March 31st. Saudi Citizens are banned from travelling abroad since March of last year.

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The Kingdom’s Interior Ministry also said that a thorough analysis of the Covid-19 measures before reopening of Flights.

Earlier the Kingdom announced the reopening of all borders and lifting of all restrictions from January 1st, 2021 which wasn’t put in effect because of the emerging new strain of Covid-19 in the UK and South Africa. Currently Citizens and travellers who have spent 14 days in the UK, South Africa, Brazil, India and Argentina are not allowed to travel to the Kingdom.

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