Expatriates have to stay in quarantine for 5 days instead of 14 days

The 14-day institutional quarantine mandated by the government for travelers coming from abroad has now been reduced to 5 days.

This decision was taken at the inter-ministerial meeting on Thursday (April 22) night.

According to the decision of the meeting, those who have taken two corona vaccines and have corona negative certificate, they will not need to stay in institutional quarantine. They will go home and stay in quarantine for 14 days. The local administration will ensure that.

Those who have received one dose of corona vaccine and have corona negative certificate, will be sent to 3 days mandatory institutional quarantine. They will be tested for Corona after entering the country. If the report comes negative, they will have to go home and stay in quarantine for the remaining 11 days.

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