Qatar issued an inventory of 40 low-risk countries for travel because it introduced plans to reopen its borders to guests from these countries beginning on Aug. 1.
The nation’s well being ministry designated the checklist as a part of a plan to progressively carry restrictions on travel.
“The checklist was decided primarily based on public well being indicators in Qatar and the remainder of the world,” the ministry mentioned.
The checklist of countries contains: Turkey, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Malta, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Ireland, Slovenia, Belgium, the U.K., Greece, the Netherlands, Morocco, Algeria, Canada, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Australia, the Greek Cypriot administration and Andorra.
According to the assertion, the low-risk countries might be reviewed each two weeks.