Oman has put an end to the quarantine restrictions imposed on fully vaccinated travellers. Passengers are still going to have to take an rt-PCR test done before or upon arrival.
The authorities decided to lift quarantine because air traffic has returned to pre-pandemic levels. The Muscat International Airport has implemented safety measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Times of Oman reported that airport authorities are prepared to ensure the safety and health of all passengers and airport workers, reported Arab News.
Saud bin Nasser Al-Hubaishi, vice president of Muscat International Airport, said that they are pleased on this holy day and we are on the threshold of returning to our full operations, at Muscat International Airport as well as the rest of the Sultanate's airports.
He congratulated all airport staff for returning to work. He added that everyone has been waiting to continue the "sincere national role in receiving and bidding farewell to all of Oman's visitors".