UAE relieves travel restrictions and enables emiratis who are not vaccinated to travel abroad. However, travelers must produce negative RT-PCR reports taken within 48 hours of travel. They also have to fill out the travel form in the Al Hosn application to rotating their application status. Read on to find out more:
List Of Guidelines To Travel UAE-India
Travelers from the countries listed simply need to prove their vaccination on the Air Suvidha portal. But UAE travelers must present a clean RT-PCR test report valid for 72 hours before flying.
- A self-declaration form submission on the Air Suvidha platform is mandatory.
- If you have traveled in the past 14 days, mention it.
- A negative RT-PCR test took 72 hours before departure.
- Passengers must also make an assurance to the Ministry of Civil Aviation through the involved airlines.
- A subset of 2% of passengers on the aircraft has to undergo random post-arrival testing upon arrival.
The airlines responsible for each aircraft must identify these individuals. They would deposit the specimens and can feel free from the airport.
Newly Announced Regulations Are Self-Evident
Internal sources have validated the declarative that passengers were formerly required to do a PCR test. To be eligible to finish the home isolation time, you must get a negative result. But now these rules have been totally scraped off. WHO has approved this exemption for around 82 countries globally. India is one of the countries to get lucky.
Passengers departing from the UAE-India will no longer be subject to obligatory home quarantine. This order comes into effect on February 14, 2022.
Apart from India, others include Canada, Qatar, The United Kingdom, the United States, New Zealand, Netherlands. Also the countries like Oman, Georgia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, and Cuba.
Meanwhile, UAE is relaxing COVID rules for travelers even at the land borders starting March 3. PCR tests are not mandatory for fully vaccinated or those holding a COVID recovery certificate within one month of travel. Unvaccinated travelers must take a PCR test within 48 hours of their journey.