Qatar has updated the travel list and has banned six countries due to health and safety reasons.
With the increasing COVID-19 cases all around the world, Qatar has updated the travel list and has banned six countries due to health and safety reasons.
According to the Ministry of Public Health report, the ban list includes countries are India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Nepal and Egypt. The list was effective on 30th January at 7 pm.
The restrictions on passengers arriving from the GCC countries are individuals from Qatar who are fully vaccinated, foreign residents, and nationals of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations will be subject to a two-day home quarantine upon arrival, according to legislation related to arrivals from the red list countries.
Travellers arriving in Qatar has to get a negative RTPCR test that has to be done within 72 hours. They have to undergo a rapid antigen test on the second day of home quarantine. People who are not vaccinated will have to go through seven-day home quarantine. Along with it, they have to take an RTPCR test done within 72 hours of arrival. Along with this, they will also have to get a rapid antigen test done on the seventh day of quarantine.