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The Qatari government has reopened its borders to fully vaccinated travelers and resumed issuing family and visitor visas.
Additional Information: An individual is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after the last applicable dose was administered. Those who have recovered within the last 12 months are exempt from the quarantine if they were diagnosed in Qatar.
More information on travel requirements and health protocols can be found here.
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