Omani Supreme Committee tasked with tackling developments resulting from coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic decided during a meeting today under the chairmanship of Minister of Interior Hamoud bin Faisal al-Busaidi to annul the decision to ban entry to and exit from Oman through various land, air and sea outlets starting from 12 am on Tuesday, 29 December 2020, Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday.
“In a bid to protect all members of the society against the various Covid-19 variants, the Committee has taken the following decisions:
– Obtaining a PCR test, compulsory, before coming to Oman from all countries of the world without exception.
– Imposing quarantine again for those arriving on short visits to Oman for less than seven days.
– Registering in (Tarrasud) application prior to arrival in Oman.
– Obtaining a health insurance that covers costs of Covid-19 treatment. Omanis, GCC citizens and those who have free health cards are exempted.”