While the Council has also indicated that the visitor’s insurance policy includes pregnancy and emergency childbirth expenses, with a maximum of SR5,000 during the policy period.
It is noteworthy that those coming to Saudi Arabia for the purpose of the visit can obtain insurance to issue a visit visa by visiting the Enjaz platform on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website.
The Council said that if the visitor requests an extension of the visit visa after its expiry, he is obliged to issue a new insurance covering the extension period to be linked to the passports.
In the event that a new medical insurance was issued to visitors after the visit visa was extended while they were inside Saudi Arabia, and the data did not appear after their inquiry through the link: https://eservices.chi.gov.sa/Pages/ClientSystem/CheckVisitorsInsurance.aspx,
The Council noted that the visitors can submit a complaint about not linking a visitor through the link: https://samm.chi.gov.sa/ar/SearchForInsuranceCompanyForVisitors
The Tawakkalna app stated that the health status of the beneficiaries on the app will be “insured visitor” if they come to the Kingdom on a visit visa, provided that they have active and valid medical insurance.
The app noted that the health status of an “uninsured visitor” means that the beneficiary is a visitor from outside the Kingdom and does not hold an effective insurance, adding that the "uninsured visitor" will be treated as a non-immune visitor.