How To Travel To Saudi Arabia if you Took Vaccine in Pakistan
How To Travel To Saudi Arabia If You Didn’t Receive Even A Single Dose Of Vaccine?
In this regard, the licenses said that those who have taken both the prescribed and approved vaccines could come to Saudi Arabia. The main thing is that their status should be “Immune” on SEHATTY before travelling.
Yet, those who did not have yet got vaccinated and want to come from prohibited countries. They should follow the below disciplines:
- They should come to the country after spending 14 days in a country that is not ban list.
- However, they will have to undergo a PCR test before coming to the country. This should be done at least 72 hours before arriving.
Who Needs A Booster Dose To Come To KSA?
Following people should have to get their booster dose if they fall on the criteria:
- Individuals who have not yet got vaccination in Saudi Arabia
- Individuals vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccine in a place other than Saudi Arabia.
Foreigners Have To Register Their Vaccine Status On Qadoom Application Before Travelling To KSA:
Foreigners arriving in the country need to register on the ‘Qadoom’ app before arriving in the country. This will take care of matters related to vaccines and quarantine.
Another person asked what the conditions for those vaccinated in Pakistan to go to Saudi Arabia are?
In this regard, the licenses say that people from banned countries should stay in another country for 14 days before coming. He will get released later but will undergo a PCR test at least 72 hours before he arrives.
It is noticeable that in Saudi Arabia, the Ministry of Health has approved the following vaccines:
- Johnson & Johnson
NOTE: Those who have administered the Chinese vaccine Sinopharm and Sinovac should administer a booster dose of Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Moderna after arriving in the Kingdom.
Regarding the law of promise to leave the country, a person discovered that he came on leave in 2018 and did not return later. Can I go now?
In this regard, the justification said that the law of departure promise clarifies that immigrants who go on departure promise and do not return within the stipulated period (except the current Corona conditions) get blocked in the country for three years.
Violation Of Exodus Promise Act:
Individuals who violate the Exodus Promise Act and later want to return to the Kingdom after the stipulated period may come to the Kingdom seeking another visa of their ex-sponsor. In addition, a three-year ban is imposed on such individuals, meaning they may be able to go to the country on a second visa after three years.