Saudi authorities also ban tourist visas for citizens of countries with fears of spreading the Corona virus
Jeddah In Saudi Arabia, the entry of the Umrah and the Pilgrims was banned.
Saudi authorities also banned tourist visas for citizens of countries with fears of spreading the Corona virus. The
Saudi government has imposed a temporary ban on entry to holy sites for the Umrah.
— Foreign Ministry 🇸🇦 (@KSAmofaEN) February 26, 2020
The move comes amid fears of the spread of the Coronavirus, according to the news agency.
Saudi Arabia has also instructed its citizens to avoid unnecessary travel to Turkey, sources said. In addition, citizens of countries that are more affected by the Coruna virus have also been decided not to issue tourist visas.
— Arab News (@arabnews) February 26, 2020
Saudi Arabia has banned entry into the country for those wishing to visit or visit the mAsjid Nabvi in Medina, fearing the spread of the coronavirus, a Saudi
the foreign ministry statement said
In addition, tourist visas of citizens of all countries are also banned, where the spread of the Coruna virus is at risk. According to the latest reports, all airlines operating from Pakistan are advised not to pay the money and not bring passengers to visit the mosque. Saudi Foreign Ministry releases directive not to bring Pakistani nationals after Diagnosis of The Coronavirus in Pakistan