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Britain receives vaccinated citizens without quarantine
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The UAE embassy in London reported that the United Kingdom will start receiving Emirati citizens who have been vaccinated with approved vaccines, without quarantine, as of the fourth of next October, while the number of countries that citizens can travel to without quarantine has increased to 79 countries.

The UAE embassy in London reported that the United Kingdom will start receiving Emirati citizens who have been vaccinated with approved vaccines, without quarantine, as of the fourth of next October, while the number of countries that citizens can travel to without quarantine has increased to 79 countries.

The embassy cautioned that arriving travelers must have received the full dose of one of the approved vaccines at least 14 days before their arrival, in addition to presenting evidence of receiving the full dose of the vaccine. Incoming travelers must also take a PCR examination on the second day after their arrival in the United Kingdom, and complete the Locator Form.

Those coming from the United Arab Emirates - according to the new regulations - will have to present a “Corona” PCR examination within 72 hours before travel, register in the Locator Form system, adhere to the quarantine in the place of residence for a period of 10 days, and conduct a PCR examination on the second and eighth days, with the possibility of reducing The duration of the quarantine is up to five days by conducting a “corona” PCR examination on the fifth day.

Quarantine will not be mandatory for travelers receiving full doses of the “Covid-19” vaccine approved by the NHS in England, the European Medicines Agency EMA or the US Food and Drug Administration FDA. Taking into account the importance of conducting a “corona” PCR examination on the second day for this category.

As for travelers who have not received the full dose approved by the aforementioned health authorities, they will be required to quarantine.