Green countries regions and territories: These Abu Dhabi travellers need no quarantine
International travellers — both residents and tourists — from these countries will be exempted from quarantine
The Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee late on Tuesday announced a number of amendments to quarantine and travel procedures required for entry into the emirate.
Starting December 24, the capital will welcome back international travellers, who will be required to present a negative PCR test result received within 96 hours of their scheduled departure and take a second PCR test upon entering the emirate.
Travellers from ‘green’ countries will be allowed into the emirate when they receive a negative test result, while travellers from other countries must self-isolate for 10 days. Country classifications will be reviewed every two weeks.— (@admediaoffice) December 22, 2020
International travellers — both residents and tourists — who will be coming from ‘green’ countries shall, however, be exempted from quarantine.
The full list of 'green countries, regions and territories' can be found below:
> Hong Kong
> New Zealand
> Saudi Arabia
According to Abu Dhabi Media Office, this list of country classifications will be reviewed every two weeks and subject to change based on global COVID-19 developments.
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