The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced late Friday night a renewed travel guide for incoming passengers who divided countries into three categories.
The three categories – A, B and C – must follow separate coronavirus SOPs.
In the first category, A, there are 24 counties, including Australia, China, Iraq, New Zealand, Qatar, Iceland, Sri Lanka and Saudi Arabia. Category C has six countries – South Africa, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Ireland, Portugal and the Netherlands.
Category B includes all countries that do not fall under A or C.
According to the CAA, passengers from category A countries do not have to provide PCR test reports, while category B passengers now have to show a PCR test that is no more than 72 hours old.
Entry for Category C passengers is restricted and permitted only by the decisions of the National Command and Operations Center.