The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority in the United Arab Emirates announces the update of the travel protocol for citizens to countries to which travel has been prohibited.
In this context, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority confirmed that with the aim of strengthening the country’s strategy in the phase of recovery and gradual opening up in all vital sectors and returning to a new normal life, the travel protocol for citizens to countries to which travel has been banned has been updated.
The authority also indicated that the update of the citizens' travel protocol includes:
First, citizens who have received full doses of the approved “Covid 19” vaccine will be allowed to travel.. In addition to continuing to prevent travel for citizens who do not receive full doses of the vaccine, with the exception of official missions, sick cases, those receiving treatment outside the country, humanitarian cases, and study missions outside the country Subject to obtaining prior approval from the official authorities.
Secondly, citizens returning from those countries are required to present a negative PCR test result before returning from the destination containing a QR Code that was conducted within 48 hours from the time of departure, in addition to presenting the result of another Rapid Test PCR examination that was conducted up to 6 hours before the departure time in the land of destination airport.
Third, the vaccinated category must perform a PCR examination upon arrival, and two other examinations on the fourth and eighth days from the date of arrival.
Fourthly, it is necessary to register in my presence service for citizens, and to show a negative result within 48 hours .. in addition to adhering to the procedures of this destination, according to what was published by both Al Bayan newspaper and the Emirates News Agency.