Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Telegram Pinterest Linkedin Email New fees at Muscat International Airport parking for PCR drive-through test The drive through PCR testing facility available at Muscat International Airport (MIA) which started its operations since 1 October and has been getting popular due to the rate and quick availability of reports has announced new parking fees. Read| Oman: Expats with expired visas will not be allowed to return The P5 parking slot that has been converted as the drive-through PCR testing facility at the MIA will be metered after the first two hours. The long-term parking fare will be applied to everyone parking at P5 and exceeding two hours at the PCR testing centre. The facility is signposted widely and can be easily located at the Muscat International Airport’s parking lot. The registration and test cost RO 19 and the test results are available in 24 hours, through an SMS or an email. The printing of the report that was suspended for a brief period due to a technical snag has resumed again. For the arriving passengers, a PCR testing facility is available inside the airport itself. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Telegram Pinterest Linkedin Email Previous articleBahrain: Restaurants shut down after failing to comply with health precautions Next articleKuwait to teach Holy Quran at kindergarten Born in Kuwait, based in Mumbai. An Editor for Kwt Today, mainly covering topics on lifestyle and current affairs.
Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Telegram Pinterest Linkedin Email Oman: Expats with expired visas will not be allowed to return Expat workers whose work visas have expired will not be allowed to return to the Sultanate, said Brigadier Said Al Asmi, at a press conference of the Supreme Committee on the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, the issuance of visa is suspended, although for family, entry is available only for those with valid residency, Brigadier Al Asmi said. He thanked citizens and residents for their cooperation and commitment to the guidelines issued by the Supreme Committee. “Though some cases of violations of movement ban and people not wearing masks have been recorded, we call on the violators to expedite the payment of fines before they are transferred to the public prosecution”, added the Brigadier. He said that as part of the naming and shaming measures, the names and photos of the violators will be made public at the end of the legal procedures. The Minister of Health said that 3,919 medical staff have been infected with COVID-19 in Oman, most of them due to community infection. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Telegram Pinterest Linkedin Email Previous article678 Pakistanis on tourist visas denied entry into UAE Born in Kuwait, based in Mumbai. An Editor for Kwt Today, mainly covering topics on lifestyle and current affairs.