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Emergencies and crises clarify procedures for arrivals to the UAE after easing restrictions
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The National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority stressed the necessity of presenting an approved “PCR” result within 48 hours for non-vaccinated people coming to the UAE

The National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority stressed the necessity of presenting an approved “PCR” result within 48 hours for non-vaccinated people coming to the UAE, or a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 infection within one month from the date of travel, containing a QR reader system for those over 12 years old, With the possibility of carrying out an examination upon arrival for the purposes of confirming injuries.

Today, during a media briefing on the developments of the Corona virus, the authority pointed out the need to ensure that an approved Covid 19 vaccination certificate containing a QR reader is presented, with regard to those coming to the country, noting that their entry into the country does not require any prior checks, with the possibility of conducting an examination. PCR on arrival for the purposes of confirming infections.

She stated that as of March 3, 2022, all announced entry procedures for the country will be applied to land ports.

It advised those coming through land ports to conduct a PCR laboratory examination within 24 hours of arriving in the country, for visitors for more than 72 hours.

It recommended travelers to follow the requirements of examinations and vaccinations for the countries and destinations they want to travel to from the UAE.