Saudia announces guidelines for returning passengers, requirements for travel to 25 countries

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Saudi Arabian Airlines Co. (Saudia) announced the guidelines and requirements for passengers returning to the Kingdom in its flights, during the current coronavirus pandemic. The guidelines are based on the directives issued by the health authorities in Saudi Arabia, and also include the requirements for traveling to 25 countries.

The guidelines and requirements include the following:

– All guests must complete and sign the health conditions requirements commitment form and deliver it to the airport health control center upon arrival.

-All guests will undergo home self-quarantine for a period of seven days (three days for health practitioners with a negative sample at the end of the quarantine period).

-All guests must install and register in Tetamman and Tawakkalna applications.

-All guests must locate their home on Tetamman app within eight hours of arrival.

-Guests should monitor the symptoms of the coronavirus and call 937 immediately if any of the symptoms appear, or visit the health center or emergency when necessary.

-Guests should log in to Tetamman app every day and perform daily health check.

-Guests should comply with the precautionary measures according to the health conditions requirements commitment form.

Saudia also announced the requirements for traveling to the following 25 countries: United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, China, UK, Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Turkey, Greece, Bangladesh, Philippines, Malaysia, South Africa, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Indonesia.