Saudi Arabia: 'Immune' Status Required to Use Public Transport

  • Publish date: Monday، 31 January 2022
Saudi Arabia: 'Immune' Status Required to Use Public Transport
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The Transport General Authority in Saudi announced that next Tuesday, the “immune” vaccinated status in the Tawakkalna app will be mandatory for travel by land, sea and rail in the Kingdom, with the exception of groups exempt from taking the vaccine.

The decision includes the use of trains, taxis, car rentals, passenger transport applications, buses for transporting passengers inside and outside cities, as well as ferries between Jazan and Farasan Island.

It also applies to entry into the authority’s headquarters and its branches, business service centers, the headquarters of carriers and operators, transportation services and stations, rental outlets and other supporting facilities.

The Transport General Authority stressed that all licensed facilities are to apply all preventive measures approved by the relevant authorities and published on the Public Health Authority website.