Fresh rules for travellers from Indian subcontinent.
MANAMA —BAHRAIN yesterday announced its updated travel protocols for passengers arriving from three Asian countries worst hit by the coronavirus. According to procedures set by the National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (Covid -19), all incoming passengers above the age of six from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must provide proof of negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test for Covid-19 – with a QR code – conducted not more than 48 hours before departure .
BAHRAIN yesterday announced its updated travel protocols for passengers arriving from three Asian countries. All incoming passengers arriving in Bahrain from any city in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must undergo a PCR test for coronavirus not more than 48 hours before departure and provide proof of a negative test result with a QR code, according to a statement from the country’s top committee to tackle coronavirus on Friday carried by the Bahrain News Agency (BNA)
According to the BNA report, the National Medical Taskforce updated norms for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) procedures for passengers above the age of 6 arriving through Bahrain International Airport from or transiting through India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, effective from April 27, 2021.
All existing travel-related procedures remain in force. All returnees and visitors must undergo PCR testing upon arrival, and test again on their 5th and 10th day, Must have to download & activate the “BeAware Bahrain” application and sign a self-isolation agreement, which requires passengers to quarantine at their place of residence until their arrival test results are available.