The Public Authority of Civil Aviation (PACA) of Oman has withdrawn the travel ban on fully vaccinated citizens of Pakistan and 20 other nations that had previously been placed on the country’s red-list for aviation travel.
The aviation authority said on Monday that the decision will take effect at 12 p.m. on September 1, 2021, after which travelers from these countries will be able to travel to Oman.
According to the announcement, the decision is based on a statement released by the Supreme Committee on August 19, in collaboration with the Medical Response and Public Health Sectors, as well as the Royal Oman Police.
According to the statement, the list of travelers barred from entering the Sultanate had been cancelled.
“All Omani citizens, residents of Oman, Oman visa holders, those who do not require a visa to travel to Oman, and those who can obtain a visa upon arrival are able to enter the country under the pre-COVID system,” it stated.
Travelers seeking entrance into Oman, on the other hand, will be asked to provide a COVID-19 immunization certificate proving that they have taken two doses of an Oman-approved vaccine.
“The last dose must have been received at least 14 days before to the projected arrival time,” it stated.
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