Saudi Arabia will impose a fine of up to half a million Riyals on those who do not disclose the correct health-related information at the country’s entry points, as the country ramps up efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus, according to State TV.
Coronavirus: Saudi to fine visitors up to $130k for not disclosing health info
Passengers coming from China are checked by Saudi Health Ministry employees upon their arrival at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. (File photo: Reuters)
Tamara Abueish, Al Arabiya English
- 247377 Views Houthi ballistic missiles intercepted above Riyadh, Jazan: Saudi Arabia
- 17780 Views Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia confirms 99 new cases, death toll reaches 4
- 12548 Views Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin effective in treating coronavirus: French study
- 11076 Views Governments track coronavirus infections, but what about tracking immunity?
- 6366 Views Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia extends all flight suspensions and working from home
- 3529 Views Italian nurse Daniela Trezzi commits suicide over fears of spreading coronavirus
- 415426 Views Coronavirus: Iceland’s mass testing finds half of carriers show no symptoms
- 247376 Views Houthi ballistic missiles intercepted above Riyadh, Jazan: Saudi Arabia
- 118154 Views Coronavirus mutates into 40 strains. How this changes the pandemic outlook: Experts
- 91763 Views Chinese man dies from hantavirus as coronavirus pandemic slows down in China
- 42793 Views Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman orders lockdown in Riyadh, Mecca, Medina
- 34888 Views Coronavirus in Saudi Arabia: 10,000 riyal fine, jail time for curfew violators