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Saudi grants 72-hour deadline for citizens to return to the country

Saudi grants 72-hour deadline for citizens to return to the country

Saudi also extended travel bans to 14 countries, including UAE, Oman and European nations

Saudi Arabia has granted its nationals three days to return to the kingdom from the UAE and Bahrain, and two days from Egypt.

Citizens can travel to the kingdom from Dubai airport using Saudi Arabian Airlines flights.

They can also use the Al-Batha border checkpoint near UAE’s Al-Ghweifat border, the Saudi consulate in the UAE advised.

 

Saudi citizens in Bahrain can travel through the King Fahd bridge to return to the kingdom.

Those without personal transportation can also take Gulf Air flights.

“The Saudi Arabia embassy in Egypt informs the Saudi citizens that the airline flights between the kingdom and Egypt, including Saudi Airlines, Egypt Air, and flynas have been resumed on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 10 and March 11, according to their usual schedules” – Saudi embassy in Egypt tweeted.

Saudi’s Ministry of Health has reported five new cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, taking the total number of confirmed cases in the kingdom to 20.

All private and public educational institutions in the country have been closed indefinitely.

Read: Etihad flights that landed in Saudi on Monday had to return with all non-Saudi nationals

Saudi also extended travel bans to 14 countries, including UAE, Oman and European nations.

Read more: Saudi extends travel bans to 14 countries, including Oman, European nations

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