Oman allows entry of vaccinated Pakistani nationals
Oman has lifted COVID restrictions from several countries, including Pakistan, and allowed travelers to visit it.
Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority has issued a new order. Coronavirus vaccination certificate has been made mandatory for travelers coming to Oman. A COVID-19 PCR test will be required 96 hours before departure to Oman and a passenger with a negative coronavirus report will not have to be quarantined.
Passengers arriving in Oman will have rapid PCR tests at the airport. In case of a positive report, passengers will have to stay in the quarantine center for 10 days, while in case of a negative report, passengers will be allowed to go home.
Passengers and diplomats will have to provide their details in the online application before traveling to Oman. The new order will take effect on September 1.
80 more deaths due to Coronavirus infection and 3,772 new positive cases have been reported in Pakistan in a single day.
According to the National Command and Operation Centre statistics, 53,881 tests were conducted on August 23 and positivity ratio remained seven per cent.