From August 1 citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to travel overseas and return, while residents will be allowed to return.
The Qatar government communications office (GCO) said arrivals from low-risk countries are required to take a
coronavirus test at the airport and sign a formal pledge to adhere to quarantine at home for a week,
state news agency (QNA) reported on its twitter account, citing a statement from GCO.
Travelers from low-risk countries who have obtained COVID-free certificates from an accredited testing
center within 48 hours of traveling will not have to take a test at the airport.
The measures come as the third phase of a four-phase plan to lift coronavirus restrictions starts
at the beginning of August.
Qatar has reported 10,7430 coronavirus cases so far, with 160 deaths and 10,4191 recovered.