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Travel Guidelines for Residents returning to UAE

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Travel Guidelines for Residents

Travel Guidelines for Residents returning to UAE has been published. These guidelines announced after the country allowed all residents with a valid visa to return if they wish to. The implementation of these guidelines and returning of residents starts from 1st July 2020. However, a pre-examination of COVID-19 is necessary. More details below.

Travel Guidelines for Residents returning to UAE

  • Any Residents returning to the country must take COVID-19 pre-examination from an accredited laboratory.
  • The phase 1 of the implementation includes 106 cities across 17 countries globally. More clinics will be added following on from this in the next few days and phases.
  • Information for residents on smartservices.ica.gov.ae.
  • Digital results are valid but from accredited laboratories.
  • 14 days period quarantine to be completed after they arrive in UAE. This can be at home or at an institution if homes are not adequate.
  • Costs of quarantine are the responsibility of the individual mostly. But in certain cases, employers will have to take responsibility.
  • Without a negative COVID-19 test taken from a reliable or accredited place, within 72 hours of takeoff, individuals will not be permitted to board the plane.
  • All residents must download the official app.

Source: Al Arabiya, 2020

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