Unvaccinated customers must take a rapid antigen test before dining indoors
Restaurants in Qatar have been given the green light to return to full capacity from 12 March 2022.
Unvaccinated customers will need to take a government approved rapid antigen test before dining indoors.
Capacity restrictions no longer apply in both open and closed public and private places however, the ratio of unvaccinated people in indoor gyms, weddings, sporting events, restaurants, amusement parks, swimming pools and cinemas must not exceed 20%.
Unvaccinated individuals, or those who have not recovered from Covid-19 within the past nine months, will also need to take a rapid antigen test before accessing these locations.
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Qatar has eased a number of restrictions in recent weeks, including removing the mask requirement outdoors last month. Travel restrictions were also eased in February when Qatar’s red list was reduced to just nine countries: Bangladesh, Egypt, Georgia, India, Jordan, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and Sri Lanka.
Vaccinated residents no longer need to quarantine on arrival from red list countries.
For more information, visit www.covid19.moph.gov.qa