Only citizens, residents, and owners of the World Cup Hayya card will be permitted entry into Qatar from November 1, according to the organizing committee for the competition.
The ban on visitors who are not in attendance at Fifa World Cup games will last until December 23, which is five days after the championship final in Doha.
There are limitations for all land, sea, and air crossings into Qatar.
Football fans with World Cup match tickets must also apply for a Hayya fan ID entry permit, which is a pre-approved digital visa connected to a passport that grants them access to free public transportation throughout the nation.
Entry into Qatar is permitted with the Hayya card until January 23, 2023.
Citizens of Qatar, residents of the GCC who possess a Qatari ID card, those with work entrance permits, personal visas, and anyone with approved humanitarian cases are exempt from the restrictions that will take effect in November.
The world football association Fifa reports that 2.45 million of the three million tickets have already been sold.
The majority of the tickets allotted for group-stage matches were among the 520,532 tickets that were sold during the window from July 5 to August 16.
They comprised the matches between Australia and Denmark, Cameroon and Brazil, Brazil and Serbia, Portugal and Uruguay, and Costa Rica and Germany.
The countries with the most demand for tickets were Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales, and Australia.
A date has not yet been set for the opening of the final round of ticket applications for the remaining games, which will take place at the end of September.
The least expensive group stage tickets range in price from Dh249 ($67.80) to Dh804, while the most expensive final seats start at Dh2,218 and go up to Dh5,898 ($1,606).
Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and will be confirmed as soon as payment is received during a final-minute sales phase that will last until the conclusion of the competition.
After the beginning of the last-minute sales phase in Doha, over-the-counter sales will also begin.