Special passport stickers to give Dubai tourists, visitors 'a warm welcome to your second home’
Immigration authorities have put in place high safety standards at Dubai airports.
Tourists and visitors to Dubai will receive a special sticker on their passports that will read 'A warm welcome to your second home.'
As Dubai prepares to welcome tourists from July 7 onwards, the General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) has launched the special sticker to make tourists feel at home in the emirate. The immigration authorities have also put in place high safety standards at all Dubai airports, Dubai Media Office tweeted.
How foreign tourists in Dubai can avoid Covid-19 quarantine
Visitors are advised to undergo a PCR test with a maximum validity of four days (96 hours) ahead of the date of departure to prove that they are Covid-negative. Tourists with Covid-negative certificates may enter Dubai and explore the city without having to undergo a quarantine or isolation period.
Dubai airports gear up to welcome tourists
If visitors cannot provide proof, they will need to undergo a PCR test once they land at the Dubai airport. Visitors and tourists must hold a valid health insurance before entering the country. It is also mandatory to fill the 'Health Declaration Form' prior to embarking upon the journey.
.@GDRFADUBAI prepares to receive visitors and tourists coming to the country through @DubaiAirports from July 7, with high safety standards in place, and launches a special passport sticker bearing the phrase 'A warm welcome to your second home.' pic.twitter.com/smA1kOcysG- Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) July 6, 2020
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