Posted by : Aahil Shaik Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Saudi Arabia registered a first case of 'Omicron' variant for a citizen coming from Africa

The Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia announces the monitoring of a case of mutated strain 'Omicron' in the Kingdom for a Saudi citizen coming from one of the North African countries, an epidemiological investigation was conducted. Follow Saudi Expatriates on Linkedin

The Ministry confirmed that all the necessary measures have been taken, 'Omicron' infected person and his contacts were isolated, and approved health procedures were completed, as per the report of Saudi Press Agency. Trending : Four procedures must be followed for direct entry from 6 countries starting 1st December

- This comes in line with the efforts of the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Authority “Prevention” in investigating and dealing with the epidemiological situation of the Corona virus and mutated strains on an ongoing basis, procedures for test the genetic sequence of the virus, and the efforts of national authorities in combating the pandemic, including procedures for monitoring outlets.

- The source highlighted the need for all members of society to complete receiving vaccine doses and stick to all precautionary measures, preventive measures and approved protocols, as well as the importance of those coming from traveling to follow the instructions related to quarantine and laboratory test for their safety and the safety of all. Recommend : Jawazat confirms 17 suspended countries expats included in free extension of Iqama, Exit Re-Entry visa, visit visas until 31st January 2022

Saudi Arabia registered a first case of 'Omicron' for a citizen arrived from Africa -

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