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Iran lifts COVID-related travel bans

All vaccinated people will be able to visit the Islamic Republic following the end of the ban imposed during the Omicron wave.
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The Iranian government Wednesday removed coronavirus-related restrictions on citizens entering the country. 

The Civil Aviation Authority made the decision following a meeting with the Islamic Republic’s COVID-19 task force. There are no more travel bans from any country related to the virus. Travelers can enter Iran provided they have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and have a negative PCR test. This applies to travelers who are more than 12 years old, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported

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