According to the short order issued by the authority, citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council member countries and international citizens who have visit visa, work permit, residence and residence visa have been given full permission to travel.
However, the Corna test is mandatory for all passengers. It is also stipulated that the Corona test should not be older than 48 hours.
The authority has released a list of laboratories in Pakistan whose tests will be accepted.
Tests of four laboratories will be accepted from Karachi, including those of Aga Khan, Civil Hospital, Dow Hospital and Indus Hospital.
Similarly, tests by the National Institute of Health’s virology lab in Islamabad have been considered.
The tests of Primary and Secondary Health Department, Shaukat Khanum and Chughtai Lab in Lahore have been accepted by the Saudi Authority.
Corona tests of Nishtar Hospital lab in Multan will be accpected. Similarly, Public Health Lab of Khyber Medical University has been approved from Peshawar.
Corona tests will be accepted from the Government Mobile Laboratory in Quetta and the laboratory at FJC & G Hospital.
The Saudi authorities will accept the results of the laboratories of Gambat Institute of Medical Sciences in Sukkur, Abbas Institute of Medical Sciences in Muzaffarabad and DHQ Hospital in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The order, however, exempted Saudi nationals from the corona test. Saudi citizens will not be barred from taking corona tests for travel.
Similarly, transit passengers must carry the Corona test with them. This means that even if you have landed at a Saudi airport for a short time, you must still have a certificate of Corna Test.