Guidelines for Travelers to Bahrain from India. Gulf Air is an airline owned by Bahrain and also known as the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain on Friday in a trade circular issues new guidelines for passengers traveling to Bahrain from the country of India.
The latest guidelines will be applicable for all passengers traveling to Bahrain from India starting from 23rd May 2021. According to the latest guidelines, the following category of passengers is permitted to enter the Kingdom of Bahrain :
- Residents and Nationals of Kingdom of Bahrain
- Indian Nationals holding any kind of valid Visa from the Kingdom of Bahrain.
- Passengers with a valid E-Visa granted prior to boarding by Bahrain
- Airline crew and Military personnel entering the Kingdom of Bahrain
Guidelines For Passengers Traveling To Bahrain From India
- Passengers from India, those who are aged above 6 years, traveling to Bahrain have to present a negative COVID 19 RT-PCR test result from ICMR approved labs with QR Code on it and the test/sample should have been taken not more than 48 hours prior to the flight departure time.
- All passengers arriving in the Kingdom of Bahrain must undergo RT PCR COVID tests at their own expense, costing BD 36 (Approximately around ₹7000).
- All passengers to undergo mandatory quarantine for 10 days during which the COVID tests shall be done
- First test will be done immediately on arrival.
- Second COVID RT-PCR test will be done five (5) days of arrival.
- Third and final COVID test to be done on the 10th day of arrival in Bahrain.
- Quarantine needs to be done in government-designated hotel licensed by the national health regulatory authority or their residence upon arrival starting 23 May 2021 onwards.
- Those passengers who are arriving in Bahrain are required to provide proof of residence owned or rented by passengers or first family or NHRA authorized prepaid hotel reservations in their name before boarding their flights to Bahrain. Those without valid proof of residence may not be allowed on board as per the guidelines.