Manama: Bahrain’s civil aviation authorities have announced that four countries, including India and Pakistan, have been removed from the red list. The announcement was made by Civil Aviation Affairs in response to the recommendations of the National Executive Committee on the fight against the corona virus. It will take effect from September 3.
In addition, Civil Aviation Affairs has updated the Red List countries in Bahrain. In the latest update, the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Slovenia, the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, the Republic of Costa Rica and the Republic of Ecuador have been added to the Red List. The Republic of Pakistan, the Republic of India, the Republic of Panama and the Dominican Republic will be removed from the red list from Friday.
Pre-arrival PCR checks are no longer required for those entering Bahrain from non-Red List countries where vaccination certificates have been approved. All travelers arriving in Bahrain are required to undergo three PCR tests. Existing travel restrictions will continue for travelers from Red List countries. All other travel arrangements for non-Red List countries are in place. The Red List countries are being revised based on an assessment made by the National Medical Task Force for the fight against the corona virus. It is periodically reviewed in line with international developments. Bahrain has imposed restrictions on travelers from India since May 23 following an increase in the number of Kovid cases.
The Red List countries are: Democratic Socialist Republic of Tunisia, Georgia, Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Federal Republic of Ethiopia, Republic of Costa Rica Democratic Republic of Napangata, Myanmar Union Republic, Islamic Republic of Iran, Republic of Iraq, Federation of Malaysia, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Mongolia State, Republic of South Africa, Republic of Uganda, Republic of Uganda , Ukraine, United States Mexican States