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MANAMA — Travelers through King Fahd Causeway are required to undergo a PCR test up to 72 hours before arrival into, starting on Sunday (Jan. 17), the Bahrain News Agency reported late Sunday.
The negative PCR test result required can be provided on any official COVID-19 phone application, such as the “BeAware” app, “Tatamman”, “Sehhaty" and “Alhusen”, as well as others.
Travelers can also provide a printed negative PCR certificate containing a QR code.
COVID-19 PCR testing services at the King Fahd Causeway for all travelers entering the Kingdom of Bahrain will no longer be available.
This decision aims to facilitate entry into Bahrain from an important point of entry, whilst continuing to observe precautionary measures.
The move follows a nod from the government’s executive Committee to a recommendation by the national medical task force to combat COVID-19 based on a review of coronavirus statistics.
The national task force headed by the chairman of the Supreme Council of Health, Lt.-Gen. Dr. Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, on Sunday reviewed developments and precautionary measures aimed at mitigating the spread of the virus.
The task force emphasized the importance of continuing to adhere to all precautionary measures in order to ensure the safety of all.
It noted that social responsibility and a commitment to following all health measures will contribute to supporting national efforts to mitigate the spread of the virus.
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