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Oman will resume granting tourist visas to people visiting on trips arranged by hotels and travel companies, after they were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, state media said on Monday.
The Gulf state resumed international flights on Oct.1, but only citizens and people holding valid existing residency and work visas could enter.
The country's coronavirus council also decided on Monday to restart a number of commercial and industrial activities, without giving further details.
Omani citizens are required to present a negative PCR test result, provided the pre-examination is from accredited laboratories in their country, and that the validity period of the test does not exceed 48 hours from the date of the test.
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