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Land ports reopen for 4 countries with Saudi Arabia

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The latest update from the official channels mentioned that the Land ports reopen for 4 countries with Saudi Arabia. These four countries have been allies of the Kingdom since a long time when it comes to visitors, economy and much more growth discussion. More details below.

Land ports reopen for 4 countries with Saudi Arabia

The embassies in Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE and Jordan have informed that the return of Citizens and their family members is possible without any prior documentation or permission. These land ports or by road borders include:

  • Al Khafji
  • Al Raqai
  • King Fahad Causeway
  • and Al Batha

The details mention that the land ports are open for Saudi Citizens to return along with their families. The Kuwaiti embassy also mentioned that citizens can enter Saudi Arabia with their spouses, children, parents and any domestic worker working for them. There will be preventive and precautionary measures on these port checks to avoid any community spread.

The quarantine period of 10 days is also announced by Bahrain. The Saudi Transit passengers coming via Bahrain International Aiport will need to adhere with these guidelines as well.

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