Saudi Arabia will lift its suspension on citizens travelling abroad and open land, sea and air borders on Monday 17, the interior ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
Saudi citizens who have received two vaccination shots, or one shot at least two week prior to travel, those who have recovered from coronavirus within the least six month and those who are under 18 years old will be allowed to travel, the ministry said.
Saudi citizens have largely been barred from travel since March 2020, when the kingdom first banned all travel in an out of the country as COVID-19 began spreading worldwide.
Its borders reopened in July 2020 but citizens were still not allowed to travel. In January, authorities postponed the end of the travel ban for the public and the full reopening of entry points to May 17.
In February, it suspended entry for non – citizens from 20 states within the exception of diplomats and medical practitioners.