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UAE begins updating entry protocols for incoming travelers
UAE

The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship and Customs, in addition to the security of ports and the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management, announced the launch of new updates for entry protocols for arrivals to the Emirates through all land ports as well as all border points for citizens of neighboring countries who live in border areas.

The new update concerns border points for citizens of neighboring countries who reside in the border areas adjacent to the country, and their frequent entry and exit from the country is continuous, provided that it will start working as of today, Tuesday, 23 November.

According to the new update of the protocol, those vaccinated with approved vaccines and coming to the country must present a negative examination result for a period not exceeding 14 days, and they must perform a PCR laboratory examination on the sixth day of their entry to the country and in the case of residency for 6 consecutive days.

As for those who are not vaccinated, they must present a negative test result that does not exceed 72 hours, and they must perform a PCR laboratory examination on the fourth day of entry in the case of staying for 4 consecutive days or more, in addition to a PCR examination on the eighth day of entry. If you stay for 8 consecutive days or more, this is according to what was published by the Emirates Today newspaper.