PARIS, France – Oman will not allow employees in the public or private sectors to enter their workplace without a vaccination certificate that proves they are fully vaccinated, the health minister said in a news conference on Monday.
DUBAI – Omani authorities require foreign travellers aged 18 or older to have received at least two COVID – 19 vaccine doses to enter the sultanate, the state news agency reported on Sunday. The sultanate also cancelled a previous decision that suspended entry from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique.
PARIS, France – Turkey closed its borders to passengers from five countries as a measure against the new coronavirus variant, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Friday. Travellers from Botswana, South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe will not be allowed to enter as of Friday night due to rising cases of the new variant, Koca … More Turkey Closes Borders To Five Countries Due To New COVID-19 Variant
PARIS, France – Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Sports announced that vaccinated visitors will be allowed into all sports stadium and facilities as they operate at full capacity, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Sunday. Visitor entry will be limited to those who are fully vaccinated against COVID – 19, as per Kingdom’s rules, the … More Saudi Arabia Allows Full Capacity At Sports Stadiums, Facilities
Dubai/UAE – – Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein contracted coronavirus and his parents King Abdullah and Queen Rania, who tested negative, will protectively self – isolate for five days, the palace said on Monday. ‘His Highness Prince Hussein, who had received the vaccine against the coronavirus, showed mild symptoms and is in very good health’, the … More Jordan’s Crown Prince Contracts Coronavirus
Moscow / Russia – – Russian President Vladimir Putin will go into self isolation after cases of the new coronavirus were detected in his entourage and will therefore not travel to Tajikistan this week for regional security meeting, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
Paris / France – Twelve million French children headed back to school on Thursday, wearing facemasks, using sanitizer at the entrance and standing distance from each other in the yard under strict government rules aimed at curbing the spread of COVID – 19. ‘This is very different from usual ‘back – to – school’, said … More Facemasks And Sanitizer As French Kids Go Back To School
Paris / France – The European Union on Monday removed five countries including the US, Lebanon, and Israel from its list of countries exempted from restrictions on non-essential travel during the coronavirus pandemic Schengen Visa Info said that the removal from the list means that the Member States are advised to reimpose the entry ban … More E.U. Imposes COVID – 19 Travel Ban On ‘Non – Essential’ Travel From U.S., Lebanon, And Israel
Milan / Italy – – New Zealand on Monday reported what authorities said was the country’s first recorded death linked to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The information was released by the health ministry following a review by an independent COVID-19 safety monitoring board of the death of a woman after receiving the vaccine. The ministry … More New Zealand Reports First Death Linked To Pfizer COVID – 19 Vaccine
Riyadh/Saudi Arabia – – All unvaccinated students over the age of 12 in Saudi Arabia will not be allowed to attend school until they are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Ministry of Education announced on Saturday. Anyone who has not received a COVID-19 vaccine will be considered absent until they receive two doses, Minister of Education … More Saudi Arabia Bans Unvaccinated Students From Attending Schools: Education Ministry