Bahrain travel updates issued by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Bahrain travel updates issued by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Bahraini Ministry of Interior announced the approval of the nasal swab examination (PCR) certificates to detect the Coronavirus, approved by the Saudi Ministry of Health to enter the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Bahrain travel updates issued by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Minister of Interior, Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, stated that entering the Kingdom of Bahrain for those holding a certificate approved by the Saudi Ministry of Health will be without applying any other health procedures, stressing that the date of the examination does not exceed 72 hours after the examination.

Al-Khalifa added that work is underway with the concerned authorities in the Kingdom to electronically link the results of laboratory tests to facilitate all visitors.

It is reported that Bahrain had previously announced the entry procedures for those coming to it via the King Fahd Bridge, including that they undergo a laboratory examination to detect the Coronavirus on the bridge, and pay 60 Bahraini dinars for the cost.

Source: Akhbaar 24

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