Saudi Voyagers Association launches memberships

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The association’s chairman, Ibrahim Al-Mutairi, expressed his happiness at the official launch and said it will provide its services to every voyager and traveler in Saudi Arabia. (SPA)
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The association’s chairman, Ibrahim Al-Mutairi, expressed his happiness at the official launch and said it will provide its services to every voyager and traveler in Saudi Arabia. (SPA)
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Updated 14 September 2020

Saudi Voyagers Association launches memberships

  • The association is focused on attracting youth interested in the field to serve their country through an integrated system

RIYADH: The Voyagers Association is a group specialized in travel, tourism and hitchhiking in the Kingdom. The association held a press conference on Sunday as an independent entity for voyagers in line with the Saudi Vision 2030.
During the conference, the association’s seven memberships were launched. These include a worker membership; associate; voyager; consultant voyager; GCC voyager; emeritus membership and honorary membership.
The association’s chairman, Ibrahim Al-Mutairi, expressed his happiness at the official launch and said it will provide its services to every voyager and traveler in the Kingdom.
He added that the association is focused on attracting youth interested in the field to serve their country through an integrated system. 


Saudi Arabia records less than 500 new COVID-19 cases for first time in 5 months

Updated 20 September 2020

Saudi Arabia records less than 500 new COVID-19 cases for first time in 5 months

  • The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom has increased to 310,439
  • The total number of deaths has increased to 4,485

LONDON: Saudi Arabia announced 483 new cases of the coronavirus, the first time the number has been below the 500 mark since mid-April.
Of the new cases, 64 were recorded in Jeddah, 42 in Makkah, 30 in Riyadh, 23 in Madinah and 17 in Dammam.
The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom increased to 310,439 after 1,009 more patients recovered from the virus.
The total number of deaths in the Kingdom increased to 4,485 after 27 more people succumbed to the virus.