A view of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Saudi Arabia removed the UAE, South Africa and Argentina from its travel ban list on Wednesday (September 8), the country’s official news agency reported.
The Saudi Press Agency quoted a source from the Saudi Ministry of Interior as saying that Saudi citizens will now be allowed to travel to the three countries.
Travelers from the UAE, South Africa and Argentina can also enter Saudi Arabia via land, sea or air ports while adhering to precautionary measures.
According to SPA, all precautionary measures are “subject to continuous evaluation by the competent health authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia”.
Saudi Arabia has suspended travelling to and from a number of countries in the world amid the global pandemic. ICA/Expat Media
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