All Covid-19 travel requirements have been removed for those entering KSA
The Saudi Arabian health ministry has announced the removal of any remaining Covid-19 requirements for visitors travelling to the country.
Travellers arriving in Saudi Arabia no longer have to show proof of vaccination, take a PCR test before departure or quarantine on arrival.
The ministry announced the updated regulations via Twitter with the decision being made due to the decrease in the number of positive Covid-19 cases, which are now less than 4% of the population.
The vaccination roll out in the country has been extensive with the immunisation rate reaching 99% for those 12 years or older
On 5 March 2022, Saudi Arabia lifted most of its preventive measures with the Ministry of Interior removing the need for masks and social distancing in outdoor spaces.
Though social distancing is no longer mandatory, worshippers are still required to wear masks in mosques throughout Saudi Arabia.