Saudi Arabia: Unvaccinated to be banned from entering public places

SourceGulf Insider
CountrySaudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia will be banning all unvaccinated citizens and residents from entering public establishments, such as malls and restaurants, starting from August 1, the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs announced on Tuesday.

Those who have not been inoculated against COVID-19 will not be allowed to enter malls, shopping centers, retail stores, and markets, according to the ministry.

Proof of vaccine will be required to be allowed entry into restaurants, cafes, men’s barbershops, beauty salons, wedding and party halls.


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