Riyadh — Saudi citizens are banned from traveling to 11 countries, according to the General Directorate of Passports. This ban also includes five Arab countries.
Saudi Arabia imposed a travel ban in response to the spread of COVID-19 cases in these countries.
These countries are Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Libya, Iran, Afghanistan, Somalia, Congo, Venezuela, Armenia, and Belarus.
Earlier, an additional six countries were listed on the ban for direct and indirect travel as coronavirus precautionary and preventive protocols.
On Monday, four countries — Ethiopia, Turkey, India, and Vietnam- were removed from the list. Indonesia was removed from the list on June 7.