Passengers from India, Brazil and Argentina arriving in Saudi Arabia must have stayed for at least 14 days at a third destination, according to a Saudi media report.
Arrivals from the three countries are not allowed to enter the kingdom unless they have spent at least 14 days beforehand outside those countries, Ajel news portal reported, citing the Saudi national carrier Saudia.
“The passenger must also have a result of the PCR test and be among the categories allowed to travel to the kingdom,” it added
Last September, Saudi Arabia partially resumed international flights for certain categories of citizens and expatriates.
In March, the kingdom had suspended flights to and from the outside world as part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19.