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Updated January 2023
Keeping in trend with the current ease of restrictions all over the world, Qatar has also eased its quarantine requirements and removed its pre-entry COVID test for incoming travellers upon arrival.
Here is a complete guide to the latest quarantine rules being implemented for arrivals into Qatar.
General entry requirements
The general requirements according to the Ministry of Public Health Qatar are as follows:
- Visitors are no longer required to bring a PCR or Rapid Antigen test certificate before travelling to Qatar
- Visitors entering Qatar are not required to pre-register on the Ehteraz health application prior to arrival.
- Citizens and residents of the State of Qatar are no longer required to take a Rapid Antigen test (nor PCR) upon their arrival in the State of Qatar.
Quarantine is no longer mandatory for all travellers arriving from abroad. However, travellers who test positive for COVID-19 after arriving in Qatar must undergo self-isolation measures in accordance with the procedures followed in the State of Qatar.