At a border checkpoint in Abu Dhabi.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
ABU DHABI – International travelers heading to Abu Dhabi must disclose their date of entry into the UAE at border checkpoints in order to enter the emirate, authorities announced on Monday (September 28).
The additional requirement is part of the Abu Dhabi Crisis, Emergency and Disasters Committee’s move to ensure adherence to approved quarantine guidelines.
“The Abu Dhabi Crisis, Emergency and Disasters Committee requires international travellers to Abu Dhabi to disclose the date of entry into the [UAE] at checkpoints designated for international travellers at all ports, and to adhere to approved quarantine guidelines,” the Committee announced on Monday.
All international travelers must also undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE capital has enforced entry restrictions since May. Anyone wishing to enter the emirate must present a negative Covid-19 test result at border checkpoints.
Violators will face penalties and fines “as outlined by the Attorney General”, according to the Committee. ICA/Expat Media
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