(RT) – The Saudi government has moved to ban people from traveling abroad unless they have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, amid fears one shot is not enough to protect against virus variants, according to the state press agency. On Monday, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said that the government had decided to make it mandatory for citizens to receive two shots of a Covid-19 vaccine before being able to travel abroad. The measure will come into force on August 9 but will exclude those under the age of 12. The statement says that citizens must also submit an […]

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