At the Abu Dhabi airport.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Abu Dhabi authorities have expanded the list of countries where passengers arriving in the UAE capital from these countries do not need to undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine.
The “green list” now includes Qatar and Oman, putting the total number of countries to 17.
“Any visitors travelling from countries, regions and territories on the ‘green’ list will be exempt from quarantine requirements and can enter the destination by following a series of procedures that include Covid-19 tests,” according to the Abu Dhabi Government Tourism arm, Visit Abu Dhabi.
Prior to their flight to Abu Dhabi, travelers will still be required to present a valid negative Covid-19 PCR test result issued within 96 hours before their flight departure.
Upon arrival in Abu Dhabi, passengers will be given a PCR test at the airport and must wait for a negative test result.
– Hong Kong
– Isle of Man
– New Caledonia
– New Zealand
– Sao Tome and Principe
– Saudi Arabia
– St Kitts and Nevis
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