Exemptions from Kovid controls: Saudi airports open at full capacity

Riyadh: Airports in Saudi Arabia are fully operational. This was announced by the Saudi Civil Aviation Authority. Saudi Arabia has given more concessions to Kovid restrictions. Saudi exemptions are granted on Kovid restrictions, including masks and social distance. Under the new exemptions, wearing a mask in public is no longer mandatory. But the mask must be worn in closed places. Authorities have also ordered workers and visitors to mosques in Makkah and Madinah to wear masks.

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Social distance is not required in public places, restaurants, public transport and cinema halls. There are no restrictions on attending ceremonies, including weddings, in auditoriums. The restriction that only a limited number of people can attend has been removed.

Admission to public places in Saudi Arabia is restricted to those who have received both doses of Kovid Wax. At the same time, people will continue to wear masks and stay away from places where health check-ups are not done through the Tawakkalna app. It is suggested to show the Tawakkalna app for personal information of the Ministry of Health to access public and private institutions.

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Saudi Arabia has also allowed all people to enter the mosques of Makkah and Madinah. The exemptions came into effect on Sunday. Devotees no longer have to keep social distance in mosques in Makkah and Madinah. Believers and visitors can now enter churches without restrictions. The decision to grant more exemptions comes as the number of Kovid virus cases in the country is declining.

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