Oman will allow travelers holding a COVID-19 vaccine certificate to travel to the country from Sept. 1, the country’s civil aviation authority said on Twitter on Monday.
The authority stated that it had dropped a list of countries from which arrivals were banned due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
All passengers arriving in the Sultanate must present a COVID-19 vaccine certificate with a QR Code certifying that they have received two doses of vaccines approved in Oman or, in cases where a single dose is approved by the Sultanate’s Health Authorities, one dose of such vaccine. Also Read: Kuwait resumes flight with six countries, including India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
The final dose must be received at least fourteen (14) days prior to the estimated arrival time.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, Omani citizens, residents, visa holders, those who do not require a visa to travel to Oman, and those who can obtain a visa upon arrival are allowed to enter the Sultanate in accordance with the pre-COVID system.