All passengers who come back to the country should provide evidence that they have received two doses of coronavirus vaccine, otherwise they have to undergo a PCR test, Health Ministry official Mohammad Mehdi Gooya has said.
The Iranian embassy in Kabul issued a statement urging Iranian citizens to refrain from traveling to Afghanistan until further notice due to escalating security risks.
The three historical palace complexes of Sa’dabad, Golestan, and Niavaran were named the most-visited “cultural heritage museums and sites” in Iran during the two-week New Year (Noruz) holidays, which ended on April 2, the museum director has said.
The authorities in France will in coming days reciprocate British decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on all arrivals from France.
Turkey’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines (THY), which had suspended its international flights due to the coronavirus outbreak, announced its new flight schedule for September.
A train driver died and dozens of passengers were injured when a passenger train collided with a stationary freight train near Prague.
The spokesperson for the Iran administration unveiled new travel restrictions and bans as part of the efforts against the spread of the coronavirus.
The global business travel sector is expected to take a revenue hit of about $820 billion, with China accounting for nearly half of the losses.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has advised Iranian nationals to take cautionary measures and avoid travelling to South Korea due to the coronavirus outbreak.
International travel used to be a popular and prestigious holiday activity for Iranians