Mandatory institutional quarantine to continue for passengers entering Oman
Muscat: Oman’s Ministry of Health has confirmed that status quo continues in the rules applicable for those entering the Sultanate, through air or land borders. The current one-week institutional quarantine continues for expatriates arriving into Oman, while Omanis have to undergo a compulsory home quarantine. The quarantine rule is applicable for everyone including those have undergone COVID-19 vaccinations.
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On arrival to Oman the passengers have to undergo a mandatory PCR test, which will have to be followed up with another one at the end of the quarantine period before release.
Even as the vaccination drive continues, measures such has social distancing, wearing of masks as well as avoiding gatherings in public places, are being strictly observed. Public establishments, including shopping malls, hotels, restaurants and gyms are under strict surveillance by the authorities to ensure that the required measures are being complied with.
The Information Department of the Ministry of Health was quoted as saying that there has been no change in protocol that has been approved by the Supreme Committee with regard to arrivals into Oman, including those who have been vaccinated.
“Expatriates are required to undergo a mandatory institutional isolation including those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.”