Covid-19: New India-Dubai travel PCR test rules announced
The report must also include a QR code which is linked to the original report.
Starting April 22, all passengers travelling from India to Dubai must hold a valid negative Covid-19 test certificate that’s issued within 48 hours from the time of collecting the sample, the Air India Express airline announced on Monday.
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Passengers must also ensure that the date and time of sample collection, as well as the result date and time, are accurate, the airline said in a tweet.
The certificate should either be in English or Arabic, and should be issued from a certified lab at the original point of destination, from where the passenger is travelling.
The report must also include a QR code which is linked to the original report, so that it could be verified by the airline, as well as by authorities in Dubai.
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