A view of a street in Abu Dhabi.


Abu Dhabi’s new entry rules starting July 19


DUBAI – Starting on Monday (July 19), all people entering Abu Dhabi will need to present a negative PCR test result received within 48 hours prior to their trip, authorities announced.

Vaccinated people can enter Abu Dhabi by presenting a negative DPI test received within 24 hours prior to their trip.

Those entering Abu Dhabi using a PCR test result must take another one on the fourth day of their stay, and on the eight day of their stay.

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People who presented a DPI test result to enter Abu Dhabi must take a PCR test on the third day of their stay, and on the seventh day of their stay.

A DPI test cannot be used to enter Abu Dhabi consecutive times. The procedures apply to all vaccinated and non-vaccinated Emiratis and residents.

This came as Abu Dhabi’s Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee announced movement restrictions for five hours after midnight starting on July 19 as part of a disinfection campaign.

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