Bahrain: New Testing and Quarantine Procedures for Individuals Exposed to COVID-19

Last Updated on February 23, 2023

Key Points  

  • New testing and quarantine requirements based on vaccination status and exposure to COVID-19  


The government of Bahrain has announced new testing and quarantine procedures based on vaccination status that will go into effect on Oct. 15, 2021. Vaccinated or recovered individuals that hold a Green Shield (Bahrain’s vaccination digital passport) who have come into contact with an active COVID-19 case will: 

  •  No longer be required to undergo a quarantine; 
  • Be required to take a PCR test 1 day after exposure and 7 days after exposure  

For individuals not holding a Green Shield, who have come into contact with an active COVID-19 case will: 

  • Be required to undergo a 7-day quarantine; 
  • Be required to take a PCR test at the beginning of the quarantine period and 7 days after exposure 

What are the Changes?  

Quarantine and testing requirements have been changed for individuals exposed to COVID-19 based on vaccination status.  

Looking Ahead 

Continue to check Envoy’s website for future updates.  


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