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Guidelines for Passengers Arriving In Oman

Guidelines for Passengers Arriving In Muscat, Oman

 

Only Citizens of OMAN and the passengers with a valid Residence Visa (holding valid Oman Resident Cards) are allowed to enter in Oman, subjected to compliance to below requirements and procedures:

 

Ø    Exception to 180 days Overstay: The Passengers, who have overstayed above 06 Months or 180 days out of Oman, required having an E-Visa against his same existing residence/work Visa number or a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) from Immigration of Royal Oman Police. In this regard, passenger may contact to his/her Employer or Sponsor to renew the residence visa. Sponsor/Employer will do that at any Sanad Service Centers and renew the Visa.  This is called E-Visa.

 

Ø  Non-Omani citizens or Residence Visa holders travelling to Oman are required to have an ‘International Health Insurance’ covering the cost of treatment for Covid-19 for a period of one month at least.

 

Ø  All the passengers arriving to Oman are subject to COVID-19 PCR test on Arrival. The cost of PCR Test amounting to OMR 25 has to be borne by Passenger himself. Children aged below 15 years are exempted from COVID-19 PCR test. While travelling each passenger is advised to carry OMR 25 (Twenty Five) to pay the COVID-19 PCR test fees upon arrival in Muscat, Oman.

                       

Ø  While traveling each passenger must carry an Anroid (Smartphone) Mobile Phone to Download Tarassud+ App from Google Play store.  Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=om.gov.moh.tarassudapplication&hl=en

Before departure (Ex-BD) all passengers must download the Tarassud+ Apps in his/her own smart phone and complete the registration on Tarassud+ upon arrival. Hence Passengers must have a Smartphone and Omani Mobile active SIM upon arrival.

 

Ø  For mandatory 14 days Home Quarantine: Passengers have to present document in support of 14 days' Quarantine facilities. It may an Undertaking by Sponsor/Company mentioning the quarantine Responsibility or a house rental agreement.

Ø  Passenger should carry 6 copies PCR negative certificate from any Govt. Approved Laboratory with validity of 72 hours from the sample collection.      


Biman Resumes Dhaka to Muscat weekly 02 flights (Monday & Friday) from 02 OCT 2020 

  

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