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Know before you Travel in Oman

  • Traveller who have had both doses of a Covid-19 can travel to the sultanate of Oman. This includes Omani citizens, residents, anyone who does not need a visa to travel to Oman and those who can use the country's visa on arrival service.

  • Tavellers can enter from any destination so long as they meet the new requirements.

  • Travellers will have to show a medical certificate containing a QR Code that proves their vaccination status.

  • From September 1, there will be no more mandatory quarantine for passengers that meet the entry requirements including being fully vaccinated

  • Travellers who fail to present a negative PCR test on arrival will have to quarantine wearing an electronic tracker until they receive a negative test result.

  • Oman has approved eight vaccines and visitors must have received both doses of the vaccine at least 14 days before travel. The recognised vaccines are:

  • Pfizer-BioNTech, Oxford-AstraZeneca, AstraZeneca / Covishield, Johnson & Johnson, Sinovac, Moderna, Sputnik V, Sinopharm

  • Oman has recorded 301,784 Covid-19 cases, with positive cases dropping off in recent weeks. The country ended coronavirus restrictions on August 21. All night-time restrictions have been lifted and people are allowed to move freely around the country.

  • Other leisure, cultural and social restrictions have been eased but some, such as gathering at mosques for Friday prayers, remain restricted.

  • Oman's Supreme Committee on Covid-19 said that people who are not vaccinated will be banned from entering indoor public places such as restaurants, malls, shops, hotels and offices





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