India-Dubai flights: 6 Covid safety rules travellers need to follow
The Emirate’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management updated travel protocols for inbound passengers on Saturday.
Stranded residence visa holders in India, who have received two doses of a UAE-approved vaccine, can travel to Dubai starting Wednesday, June 23.
The Emirate’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management updated travel protocols for inbound passengers from India, South Africa, and Nigeria on Saturday, June 19.
Here are the six criteria passengers from India need to fulfil in order to gain entry into the emirate:
1. Residents should have received two doses of a vaccine approved by UAE authorities
2. Passengers must have received a negative test result for a PCR test taken within 48 hours before departure; UAE citizens are exempted
3. Only QR coded PCR test result certificates are accepted
4. All passengers should take a rapid PCR test 4 hours prior to flight departure
5. All passengers must undergo a PCR test on arrival at Dubai airport
6. Passengers should undergo institutional quarantine until they receive their PCR test result, which is expected within 24 hours. UAE citizens and diplomats are exempted.
It was unclear whether the new testing requirements would apply to... READ MORE
Singapore has inoculated 75% of its population with at least one dose. READ MORE
'The second time was much worse than the first' READ MORE
New cases include two athletes. READ MORE
Business licensing activity surpasses pre-pandemic levels to record... READ MORE
Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality said the selected participants... READ MORE
He befriended her through social media and invited for a get-together READ MORE
The ‘demand charges’ amount will be automatically removed ... READ MORE