On Wednesday, Qatar decided to temporarily postpone the issuance of guest permits for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will begin in November.
Only anyone who has a Hayya Card will be allowed entry between November 1 and December 23. The announcement was made on Twitter by the Qatari Interior Ministry.
To access Qatar and its stadiums during the football tournament, the Hayya Card, which is run by Qatar, is required for all supporters who wish to attend World Cup matches. To view the games at the venues, the cardholders must also have their match tickets.
Holders of Hayya Cards may stay in Qatar until January 23, 2023, according to the government.
Entrance to Qatar is not suspended for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nationals with Qatari ID cards, Qatari citizens, residents, personal recruitment visas, job entry permits, or humanitarian situations through airports.