Iran's  COVID-19 travel restrictions lifted

Passengers traveling to Iran are no longer subject to any COVID travel restrictions.

Iran (IMNA) - According to Mehr, all coronavirus-related limitations, including the need for inbound planes to take a COVID test before flight departure, have been lifted in the Islamic Republic.

Unvaccinated visitors won't be required to take any tests in order to enter the Islamic Republic, according to the article. The country's initial COVID lockdown restrictions were implemented over three years ago.

Earlier in March, Tehran declared that only non-Iranian citizens would be subject to the pre-departure COVID test requirements, adding that "all travelers who hold Iranian citizenship can travel home without restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic."

In May 2022, Iran's National Headquarters for Coronavirus Control announced a set of guidelines for incoming foreign tourists, relaxing COVID-19-related restrictions since the Islamic Republic had experienced a prolonged period of low infection rates. They are required to provide either confirmation of COVID-19 immunization or a negative PCR test. Actually, in the past, overseas travelers had to provide documentation of the COVID-19 vaccine and a negative PCR test.

As a leading destination for travelers looking for cultural attractions, magnificent scenery, and UNESCO-recognized monuments, Iran's tourism industry aims to return to its pre-pandemic levels.

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