Saudi Arabia urges to avoid travel to 72 countries

The Public Health Authority (Weqaya) has urged Saudi Citizens and Iqama holders to avoid unnecessarily travel especially to 72 high-risk countries.

It should be noted that some of these countries are already on the red list from where travel is already suspended.

Moreover, due to the increase of COVID-19 cases in some of these countries, there is always a risk of flight suspension.

72 High-Risk countries by Weqaya

1 – Afghanistan.

2 – Algeria.

3 – Argentina.

4 – Australia.

5 – Azerbaijan.

6 – Bahrain.

7 – Bangladesh.

8 – Belgium.

9 – Brazil.

10 – Canada.

11 – China.

12 – Colombia.

13 – Cyprus.

14 – Czech Republic.

15 – Denmark.

16 – Egypt.

17 – France.

18 – Georgia.

19 – Germany.

20 – Greece.

21 – Iceland.

22 – India.

23 – Indonesia.

24 – Iran.

25 – Iraq.

26 – Ireland.

27 – Italy.

28 – Japan.

29 – Jordan.

30 – Kazakhstan.

31 – Kenya.

32 – Kuwait.

33 – Kyrgyzstan.

34 – Lebanon.

35 – Malaysia.

36 – Maldives.

37 – Mexico.

38 – Morocco.

39 – Nepal.

40 – Netherlands.

41 – Nigeria.

42 – Norway.

43 – Pakistan.

44 – Palestine.

45 – Portugal.

46 – Romania.

47 – Russia.

48 – Singapore.

49 – Somalia.

50 – South Africa.

51 – South Korea.

52 – South Sudan.

53 – Spain.

54 – Sri Lanka.

55 – Sudan.

56 – Sweden.

57 – Switzerland.

58 – Syria.

59 – Taiwan.

60 – Tajikistan.

61 – Tanzania.

62 – Thailand.

63 – Tunisia.

64 – Turkey.

65 – Ukraine.

66 – United Arab Emirates.

67 – United Kingdom.

68 – United States of America.

69 – Uzbekistan.

70 – Vietnam.

71 – Yemen.

72 – Zimbabwe.

Source: Weqaya

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.