Abu Dhabi: Passengers travelling from international locations, areas and territories exempted from quarantine has elevated from 17 nations to 18, in keeping with the up to date checklist issued by Abu Dhabi’s tourism authority.
Within the checklist of ‘inexperienced international locations’, which was up to date by the Division of Tradition and Tourism in Abu Dhabi on January 16, these travelling from Bahrain will now not have to quarantine upon arrival.
Based on the division’s newest updates, the checklist presently consists of:
- Hong Kong
- Isle of Man
- New Caledonia
- New Zealand
- Sao Tome and Principe
- Saudi Arabia
- St Kitts and Nevis
Abu Dhabi began to welcome again worldwide vacationers from December 24, 2020.
“Travellers from inexperienced international locations shall be allowed into the emirate after they obtain a detrimental check end result, whereas travellers from different international locations should self-isolate for 10 days. Nation classifications shall be reviewed each two weeks,” stated the tourism workplace.
All different passengers might want to undertake a PCR check on the sixth day if they’re staying six or extra consecutive days, in addition to on day 12 if they’re staying for 12 or extra consecutive days.
Up to date entry guidelines
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi additionally updated its list of requirements for UAE residents and residents, which got here into impact on Suday.
The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Disaster and Disasters Committee’s up to date procedures to enter Abu Dhabi permits the entry into the emirate inside 48 hours of receiving a detrimental PCR or DPI check end result, as an alternative of 72 hours.
It additionally permitted obligatory PCR assessments on day 4 of entry for these staying for 4 days or extra, and on day eight of entry for these staying for eight days or extra. The day of entry into Abu Dhabi is counted as day one.
The committee renewed its name on group members to proceed their cooperation and dedication to following preventive and precautionary measures, reminding everybody that those that fail to observe the procedures are chargeable for fines.