PCR examination is necessary for non-Saudis to enter the Kingdom

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After the decision to lift the travel suspension and fully open the ports without additional procedures

The General Organization for the King Fahd Causeway has announced that it will continue to require the presence of a corona examination using PCR technology, at least 72 hours, as a condition for entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia via the bridge for non-Saudi citizenship.

This comes as the bridge prepares to resume its normal activities after the decision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to lift the travel suspension and fully open the ports, including the King Fahd Bridge.

The Foundation said in a tweet this evening on Twitter that entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by the Saudis does not require any additional procedures, while a PCR examination will be imposed for non-Saudis.
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King Fahd Causeway: PCR examination is necessary for non-Saudis to enter the Kingdom

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The General Organization for the King Fahd Causeway has announced that it will continue to require the presence of a corona examination using PCR technology, at least 72 hours, as a condition for entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia via the bridge for non-Saudi citizenship.

This comes as the bridge prepares to resume its normal activities after the decision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to lift the travel suspension and fully open the ports, including the King Fahd Bridge.

The Foundation said in a tweet this evening on Twitter that entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by the Saudis does not require any additional procedures, while a PCR examination will be imposed for non-Saudis.

May 15, 2021 – 3 Shawwal 1442

12:25 AM


After the decision to lift the travel suspension and fully open the ports without additional procedures

The General Organization for the King Fahd Causeway has announced that it will continue to require the presence of a corona examination using PCR technology, at least 72 hours, as a condition for entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia via the bridge for non-Saudi citizenship.

This comes as the bridge prepares to resume its normal activities after the decision of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to lift the suspension of travel and fully open the ports, including the King Fahd Bridge.

The Foundation said in a tweet this evening on Twitter that entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by the Saudis does not require any additional procedures, while a PCR examination will be imposed for non-Saudis.





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