Qatar confirms COVID-19 testing requirements for World Cup fans

Qatar lifts coronavirus restrictions ahead of World Cup

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Qatar will lift most of its coronavirus restrictions from November 1 ahead of hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Qatar’s Ministry of Health announced this on Wednesday. In a statement, it said the results of the PCR or rapid antigen test will not be available for those who do not need to fly into the country.

It also removed the need to register for the country’s contract tracking app. However, it is mandatory to use the app to enter healthcare facilities in Qatar.

The World Cup starts on November 20, when Qatar faces Ecuador.

Qatar expects 1.2 million viewers during the tournament.

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