UAE Announces Guidelines for Tourists Travelling to Dubai

- Advertisement -

Dubai is all set to welcome tourists starting July 7, it was announced on Sunday.

The tourists will be required to present a recent Covid-19 negative certificate or undergo testing at the airport. Here are the detailed guidelines shared by the Dubai Media Office. International tourists must:

> Do a PCR test with a maximum validity of four days (96 hours) ahead of the date of departure. They will be required to show proof of not being infected with the virus on arrival at Dubai airports. If they cannot provide proof, they will undergo a PCR test at the airport.

READ  Oman: SalamAir to operate special flight between Muscat and UAE

> Have a valid health insurance to enter the country.

> Fill the ‘Health Declaration Form’ before embarking.

> Download the Covid-19 DXB app and register details. This is critically important since it facilitates easy coordination and communication with the health authorities if tourists experience Covid-19 symptoms.

> Know that airlines have the right to refuse boarding at the airport of departure if they display any Covid-19 symptoms.

> Undergo thermal screenings at the airport.

After arrival:

> If a traveler is suspected to have Covid-19 symptoms, Dubai Airports has the right to re-test to ensure the tourist is free of the virus

READ  UAE: Citizens, Residents Allowed to Travel from June 23

> It is mandatory for Covid-positive tourists to isolate themselves at an institutional facility provided by the government for 14 days at their own expense

Comments

- Advertisement -