Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Saturday ruled a new entry protocol for inbound passengers from India, South Africa, and Nigeria as well. The protocols, which will be effective from the 23rd of June, were announced as part of the easing travelling restrictions by Dubai’s Supreme Committee of the Crisis and Disaster Management.
The United Arab Emirates also suspended the flights for South Africa until July 6th. However, it was not suddenly clear whether Dubai’s new rules will now bring a change in the flight suspensions. It is expected that the announcement will be made soon about the launches of air services in case the ban is lifted in future.
UAE News-Dubai eases travel restriction from India
Residents visa holders who have got both doses of COVID-19 vaccines approved by the UAE authorities can enter the country from June 23, the committee told. The United Emirates had suspended the flights from India in April, which is in effect until the end of the June, with Dubai’s Emirates airlines stating that it would be July 6th before it lifts any suspension.
The Travelers from India:
The following are the six conditions for residence visa holders from India who are travelling to Dubai.
- Residents must have received two doses of the vaccines that must be approved by the UAE authorities. Presently, the UAE has approved vaccines are Synoform, Pfizer, Bioentech, Sputnik and Astrazeneca.
- Only the QR coded PCR tests results certificates are accepted in the country.
- The Passengers should have received a negative test results for the PCR test taken within the 48 hours before departure; the UAE citizens are exempted.
- After the arrival at the Dubai International Airport, the passengers should undergo a PCR test again.
- All the passengers must and should take a rapid PCR test four hours before the departure.
- All the Passengers must undergo institutional quarantine period until they receive their PCR test results, which is expected within the 24 hours time. The UAE citizens and diplomats are exempted from this.