The General Authority of Civil Aviation in Saudi Arabia announced that it has started operating airports at their full capacity for international and domestic flights, starting today, Sunday.
On Sunday, the authority issued instructions to airlines to start operating at full capacity, noting the need to “continue to verify the state of immunization in the application of our trust.”
And we trust, is the official application approved in Saudi Arabia and developed to limit the spread of the Corona virus, and it shows the health status of the user, and the number of doses he received.
The authority’s decision follows the decision to allow full capacity in the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque, while obligating workers and visitors to wear masks, for those who received the two doses of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine.
More than a year ago, the first “without spacing” prayer in the Two Holy Mosques
For the first time in more than a year, worshipers lined up at the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque to perform Sunday dawn prayers without the imam asking worshipers to adhere to social distancing.
And the Saudi Ministry of Interior had said, last Friday, that the Kingdom would ease Covid-19 procedures from Sunday, after a significant decrease in the number of daily infections and remarkable progress in vaccination operations.
As a result, sports fans were allowed to attend all stadiums and sports facilities at their full capacity.
It was also decided to cancel the spacing and allow full capacity in gatherings, public places, means of transportation, restaurants and cinemas, also for those who are completely immune.
The Ministry of Interior indicated that it was decided not to impose the wearing of masks in open places, except for the excluded places, with the obligation to wear them in closed places.
Saudi Arabia is seeking to work to speed up the nationwide vaccination campaign as part of its efforts to revive tourism and host sports and entertainment events that form the cornerstone of the “Vision 2030” program aimed at diversifying the oil-dependent economy.