All passengers must undergo a PCR test (at their own expense) upon arrival and must remain in self isolation until the result of the PCR test is determined; passengers that are 6 years and below are exempt from testing
Any passenger staying in Bahrain for more than ten (10) days must undergo a repeat PCR test on the 10th day following their arrival in the Kingdom
Is a curfew in place? No
Are there restrictions on intercity travel? No
Depending on the symptoms and risk factors, positive COVID-19 patients can either isolate at home or isolate at a private facility approved by the concerned authorities.
High risk, severely symptomatic individuals will be Isolated in one of the government’s assigned isolation facilities. (The Kingdom has several quarantine facilities in different locations. Infected patients get assigned to each facility on a case-by-case basis.)
Call 444 if you experience any of the symptoms related to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The hotline is available 24/7, in Arabic and English.
Test results can take up to 48 hours to be released, you can check the results online at the Ministry of Health’s website or through the BeAware Bahrain app.
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