A negative PCR test remains a necessity to visit the United Arab Emirates’ capital, it declared Abu Dhabi will eliminate the need to quarantine for all vaccinated tourists visiting from international destinations beginning Sunday, September 5, said the Abu Dhabi government media office on Twitter on Thursday.
A negative PCR test remains a necessity to visit the United Arab Emirates’ capital, it said.
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- All passengers must take a PCR test before flying, on arrival, and then support up tests on day 6 from growing list destinations, or days 4 and 8 from non-green list countries.
Here is a lowdown on the rules: -Before boarding to Abu Dhabi, all tourists must give a negative PCR test result within 48 hours of departure.
All passengers must also take a PCR test on arrival in Abu Dhabi.
Vaccinated citizens, residents, and visitors arriving from green list destinations must take another PCR test on day 6, if visiting in the emirate, without the requirement to quarantine.
From other destinations, they must take PCR tests on days 4 and 8, if staying in the emirate, without the requirement to quarantine.
Unvaccinated citizens, residents, and visitors, including those excluded from vaccination, reaching into Abu Dhabi from green list destinations must take further PCR tests on days 6 and 9, without the need to quarantine.
Unvaccinated citizens, residents, and visitors arriving from other goals requirement quarantine for 10 days and take added PCR test on day 9.
- Earlier, in what came as a huge relief to Indians planning to return to Saudi Arabia after visiting India, UAE authorities declared that these people will not be requested to quarantine in a third country anymore under certain criteria.
According to a tweet from the Indian embassy in Saudi Arabia, it said that the above relaxation is only for Indian nationals who have traveled to India back receiving both doses of the vaccine in Saudi Arabia will be capable to turn to the Kingdom direct without the requirement for quarantine in a third country.
Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi has made booster doses mandatory for people who were inoculated with the Sinopharm vaccine.
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