Qatar is to resume issuing family and tourist entry visas starting July 12, in line with new travel and return and based on the health ministry COVID-19 developments recommendations, the interior ministry said on Twitter on Thursday.
The health ministry said in a statement Thursday that the new entry policies include providing a COVID-19 PCR test and classifying countries into three categories that would determine the quarantine policies.
Last month, European Union governments agreed to add Canada and 10 other countries, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to their list of states from which they will allow non-essential travel, EU diplomats said.
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