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Amending Qatar's Travel Policy during the Gradual Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions
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Amending Qatar's Travel Policy during the Gradual Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions

29 Nov, 2020 10:54 AMHukoomiIntended Audience
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In continuation of the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed in the State of Qatar as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, based on public health indicators in the State of Qatar and around the world, and on Qatar's travel policy announced previously, the following has been decided:

First: Residents who are currently in the State of Qatar and wish to travel and return will automatically receive an exceptional entry permit upon departure. The resident or their employer will be able to printout the exceptional entry permit from the Ministry of Interior's website at any point after the resident has departed Qatar. Requests will no longer need to be submitted through the "Qatar Portal" website. The permit will be available automatically upon registration of the resident’s departure from Qatar.

The automatic exceptional entry permit service will not be available for residents who are currently outside the State of Qatar. They are still required to obtain the exceptional return permit via the "Qatar Portal" website if they wish to return to the State of Qatar.

Second: The quarantine period will be for one week only after arrival in the country, regardless of destination. Home quarantine will be applied to those coming from countries on the Ministry of Public Health’s Green List. Hotel quarantine is mandatory for those coming from countries that are not included in the Green List. The quarantine period for those who use shared quarantine facilities will be two weeks. The decision is based on national and international epidemiology statistics.

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