Tehran (IP) – The Managing Director of Imam Khomeini International Airport for Safety Affairs announced that all passengers must have a COVID-19 vaccination card and PCR test while entering Iran.

Iran PressIran news: Mohammad-Reza Seif stated that according to the latest decree of the National Task Force for Combatting Coronavirus, all passengers entering Iran, both Iranians and non-Iranians (over 12 years old), must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate, It should be 14 days after the second dose of the vaccine, and a PCR test was taken within 72 hours. 

Only for Iraqi travelers to enter Iran due to high traffic between the two countries can travelers enter Iran with both seventy-two hours by vaccination and PCR test.


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