Saudi limits arrivals from Bahrain, UAE, Kuwait to airports over coronavirus

Saudi Arabia temporarily limits entry to Kingdom via road for Bahrain, UAE and Kuwait as it steps up measures to deal with COVID-19 in the Kingdom, Saudi News Agency SPA reported.
Entry from these countries is limited only to Dammam, Jeddah and Riyadh airports only.
Entry through land ports between the Kingdom and those three countries will be confined to the commercial trucks only, provided that the Ministry of Health takes all necessary precautions at the aforementioned airports, as well as regarding the drivers and their accompanying of those trucks in the land ports, where these measures shall be applied immediately.
With regard to the entry of Saudi citizens and expatriates in the Kingdom, who come from the three countries, this procedure will enter into force at 11:55 pm on Saturday March 7, 2020.