Travelers need to undergo PCR test upon arrival.

Kuwaitis urged to abide by Bahrain’s preventive measures

Kuwait’s Embassy in Bahrain on Sunday appealed to its nationals who want to visit the Kingdom to stick to precautionary and preventive measures made by authorities in order to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19). In a news statement, the embassy said that vaccinated or unvaccinated travelers heading to Bahrain are asked to submit an accredited PCR certificate with QR code valid up to 72 hours before their travel.

The embassy urged Kuwaitis to call in case of any emergency at: 0097332200300. The travelers will undergo a PCR test upon arrival, and two others five and ten days after their arrival, it added, noting that they will pay for the tests in cash, via the Internet or by credit cards. The embassy stressed that the unvaccinated travelers aged six years and beyond should be subjected to a ten-day quarantine at their home or the places designed by the Bahraini authorities for this purpose. People who visited any high-risk country over the last 14 days will not be allowed to leave Bahrain through King Fahd Causeway, it stated.

Source- Arab Times.


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