Oman scraps off PCR test, only two-dose vaccine mandatory for arrivals

TD Editor

Oman’s Supreme Committee said that passengers arriving into the Sultanate have to show proof of two-dose vaccination with any vaccines approved in Oman, while PCR test proof is not required. It also highlighted that wearing of masks is compulsory only indoors, while hotel establishments can now operate with 100% capacity, Oman News Agency (ONA) said.

The Supreme Committee also decided to allow the system of direct education at 100% capacity of schools at all levels of study with effect from March 6, but without prejudice to precautionary health measures.

The Committee has underlined the need to continue abiding by a 70% attendance capacity at halls, tents and other venues hosting conferences, local and international exhibitions and mass gathering public activities.
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