Saudi Arabia lifted all lockdown procedures and permitted operations to resume across all sectors on 21 June. Malls, cinemas and dine-in restaurants have been allowed to resume their activities, albeit with strict limitations on capacity, mandatory wearing of masks, and social distancing measures in place.
Domestic flights have resumed across the country, and Saudi Arabia will allow residents with valid visas to travel back to their home countries as part of an initiative called Awdah (ireturn).
Saudi Arabia announced a partial lifting of COVID-19-related travel restrictions on 15 September. Following the announcement, the availability of commercial flights in and out of Saudi Arabia is likely to increase.