Qatar reintroduces hotel quarantine for Indian travelers
MoPH said: travelers from India coming to Qatar are once again subjected to mandatory hotel quarantine starting at 12:00 noon on August 2nd.
The following are the guidelines that apply to Indian nationals, according to the Indian Embassy in Qatar:
- Those who have a Resident Permit and have been fully immunized in Qatar with MoPH-approved vaccines or who have recovered from Covid-19 in Qatar must stay in a hotel for two days. On day 2, an RT-PCR test will be performed. The traveler will be released if the result is negative.
- Residents with Resident Permits who have been vaccinated outside Qatar, have not been vaccinated, or have recovered from Covid-19 outside Qatar must stay in a hotel for ten days.
- Visitors (families, tourists, and workers) who have been vaccinated outside of Qatar using MoPH-approved vaccines must stay in a hotel for a minimum of 10 days.
- Non-Vaccinated visitors (families, tourists, and workers) are not permitted to enter Qatar.
Please check the MoPH website for updates on Covid-19 travel restrictions on a regular basis. To avoid inconvenience, verify with your airline before traveling to Qatar.
Visit www.gco.gov.qa/en/travel/ for an interactive Covid-19 travel measures guide.