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KFCS (King Fahd Causeway AuthorityReady and complete all preparations for receiving passengers from Bahrain to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Most of the passengers who wanted to come to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia were allowed to come via Bahrain after the quarantine period in Bahrain for a period of 4 days had ended.
The King Fahd Causeway Authority is the bridge linking the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia lifted the ban on citizens traveling abroad and announced the reopening of its borders (land, sea and air), effective Monday (May 17, 2021).
The reopening of the borders from Bahrain to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will strengthen Saudi and Bahraini relations and forge social ties.
Both countries are also keen on the health and safety of citizens and residents, and impose mandatory precautionary measures to combat the epidemic and limit infection.
Rules for the entry of passengers via Bahrain into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1) The need to carry any health requests approved by the Gulf Cooperation Council countries with vaccination details (for example: Tawakolna app)
2) PCR test (not to exceed 72 days) from the time the test is performed
3) Passengers will be required to show the green logo of the vaccinated and recovered in official approved requests or present certificates of vaccination and recovery issued by the ministries of health in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries without the need to apply the precautionary quarantine.
The KFCA chief urged passengers to adhere to all precautions and restrictions to avoid any problems.
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