Bahrain lifts 10-day quarantine for travelers arriving

Travelers waiting at the boarding gates of Manama Airport
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Bahrain approved the following measures, effective from 20 August 2020:

• Compulsory COVID-19 PCR testing for all passengers arriving into Bahrain International Airport will remain intact

• All incoming travellers are required to pay the cost of two COVID-19 tests, an arrival test, and a test to be conducted after their stay in Bahrain for 10 days, at a total of BHD 60.

• All incoming passengers are required to download and activate the ‘BeAware Bahrain’ application

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• The compulsory 10-day quarantine will be lifted for all incoming passengers who test negative, following their test upon arrival in Bahrain and being informed of the result

• All incoming passengers must sign a declaration stating that they will follow the Ministry of Health’s self-isolating regulations until their COVID-19 test carried out upon arrival in Bahrain is confirmed negative

• Citizens and residents, as well as travellers staying for a duration longer than 10 days, must test again on the 10th day of their arrival

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• Travellers who test positive upon arrival will be contacted on the information provided to health authorities as they were tested

• These decisions will be reviewed and amended as required to safeguard the health and well-being of all citizens and residents.

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