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Jordan and Bahrain signs agreement of mutual vaccination recognition against Covid19


Manama, 5 October 2021 (TDI): Foreign Minister of Bahrain and  Jordan signed an agreement on mutual support and recognization of vaccination against Covid19 following official discussions, including communication between their foreign ministries.

Both countries declared the power of brace following the discussions between Jordan and Bahrain. The details of the vaccination agreement will be effective from October 5th where people with vaccination certificates can travel to both countries. Travelers need not quarantine and there will be a constant update sharing mechanism between the foreign ministries. This agreement is keeping in view the preventive measures for the safety and protection of travelers.

They declared that the certificates of travelers would be digital to increase the tourism activities, economic developments between the Jordon and Bahrain.



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