Saudi Customs announced some ease on restrictions for entry ports

Saudi Customs
Saudi Customs

The Saudi Customs announced some ease of restrictions for entry ports. Saudi Customs issued a circular, today, Monday, on all its land ports, which includes easing the precautions imposed on the movement of trucks.

Saudi Customs announced some ease on restrictions for entry ports

The circular included allowing all trucks to enter through the land ports from the Gulf Cooperation Council states that carry goods that will be the final destination in the Kingdom, and only to assess the existence of symptoms suspected of contracting truck drivers with the Coronavirus.

Customs indicated that this is in implementation of the high order to approve what the Political and Security Affairs Council saw, on the occasion of easing these precautionary measures.

Source: Akhbaar 24

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