Carry PCR test result for entering Saudi Arabia through Causeway | THE DAILY TRIBUNE | KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN

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Carry PCR test result for entering Saudi Arabia through Causeway | THE DAILY TRIBUNE | KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN

Polymerase chain reaction or PCR test results are mandatory for entering Saudi Arabia through the King Fahd Causeway for non-Saudi citizens. The General Organisation for the King Fahd Causeway said this ahead of reopening the Causeway on Monday after remaining closed to non-commercial traffic from 10 September 2020 due to stem a surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. The Causeway authority also said that the PCR test should have been taken at least 72 hours before crossing into Saudi Arabia. Saudi is preparing to resume normal activities by lifting the suspension of travel and opening all ports, including the King Fahd Causeway. The authority in a tweet said that entry into Saudi Arabia by the Saudis does not require any additional procedures, while negative PCR examination result is mandatory for non-Saudis. Bahrain also has similar requirements in place for Saudi citizens entering the Kingdom through the Causeway. Accordingly, travellers entering the Kingdom should present a negative PCR test result with a QR code, taken within 72 hours of arrival. Authorities in Bahrain will accept test results on any official applications such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty” and “Alhusen”, as well as others. Bahrain had cancelled mandatory PCR tests and quarantine

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