The Sultanate of Oman announced today, Sunday, that it will reopen the land, air and sea ports, starting from Tuesday, December 29.
The Sultanate has set several conditions for entering the country, as a certificate must be submitted proving that people coming from all countries are not infected with the Coronavirus, based on a “polymerase test” that should be performed at most seventy-two hours before entering the country.
In addition, those coming from abroad will undergo another examination upon arrival at any of the border crossings of the Sultanate.
Those coming are required to obtain health insurance that includes the costs of treatment for Coronavirus in the Sultanate, with the exception of Omanis, citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and holders of free treatment card.
The Supreme Committee decides to terminate the work with a decision banning entry to #Sultanate And exit from it through various land, air and sea ports at twelve o’clock in the morning on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 AD. pic.twitter.com/GTHubM7ud3
– Oman News Agency (@OmanNewsAgency) December 27, 2020
And you must register in the application of surveillance before coming to the Sultanate.
Exemption from health isolation has been suspended for those coming on short visits to the Sultanate of less than 7 days, and several other conditions.
Source: “Oman News Agency”