Qatar Airways has updated their RT-PCR test requirement. The airline said passengers from 13 countries in the list need not present a negative test report before boarding with effect from March 16. The airline previously required all passenger to produce a negative RT-PCR test report before departing.
“At Qatar Airways, we continue our commitment to getting your clients safely where they need to be. To keep you up to date with the latest rules and regulations, please be informed that with immediate effect Qatar Airways will no longer require passengers to present a negative RT-PCR test report when departing from the following 13 countries where this requirement was implemented previously. Any government regulation imposed or required by the destination or transit country will continue to apply,” the airline posted on their website addressing trade partners.
The countries exempted from test before departing are:
– Sri Lanka
Source: The Peninsula