Inanunsiyo ngayong araw ng Ministry of Interior ng Kaharian ng Saudi Arabia na umpisa sa Agosto 1, 2021, ang mga nabakunahan lamang ang makakapasok sa mga establishments, makakasali sa mga events, at makakasakay ng public transportation
Nasa baba ang ating English translation sa announcement.
Based on what was submitted by the competent authorities regarding the measures taken by the Kingdom in facing the emerging coronavirus (Covid 19), and for the purpose of preserving public health; It was decided that:
First: The immunization requirement approved by the Ministry of Health, starting on Sunday 22 Dhu al-Hijjah 1442 AH corresponding to August 1, 2021 AD, with regard to the following:
A. Entering any economic, commercial, cultural, entertainment or sporting activity.
B. Entering any cultural, scientific, social or entertainment event.
C. Entering any governmental or private establishment, whether to perform business or audit.
D. Entering any governmental or private educational facility.
E. Use of public transportation.
Second: The return of education in the presence of male and female teachers, and members of the teaching and training staff in universities and the General Organization for Technical and Vocational Training, and the ministries of (Health and Education) agree to define the target age groups of students.
Third: Using the “Tawakkalna” application to check the immunization status of citizens and residents.
Fourth: The concerned authorities shall issue, each within its own jurisdiction, explanatory data for the mechanism for implementing what was mentioned in the above articles, including the relevant controls and conditions.
The source stressed the need for everyone to adhere to the precautionary and preventive measures, and not to be complacent in the application of health requirements, including social distancing, wearing a muzzle, and continuously disinfecting hands, and adhering to the approved protocols.
The source explained that all procedures and measures are subject to continuous evaluation by the Public Health Authority (Weqaya), according to the developments in the epidemiological situation.