UAE to allow entry of fully vaccinated passengers from 6 countries from 5th August
UAE to allow entry of fully vaccinated passengers from 6 countries including India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and Uganda from 5th August 2021 for some passengers.
Conditions – Fully vaccinated passengers
- Most important, approval from Federal Authority of Idenity and citizenship by submiting a request.
- PCR [48 Hours] prior to the travel.
- Vaccination Certificate certified by the Health Authorities in the country.
- ,Labortary test will be conducted before boarding the plane.
UAE to allow entry of following categories
- Firstly, UAE residence who received coronavirus vaccines in the UAE, and 14 days passed after receiving the second dose. [Vaccination Ceetificate is required].
- Medical: Doctors, Nurses & technicians.
- Teacher: Schools, colleges, universities & institutes.
- Patients, who are receiving treatment in the UAE.
- Federal and local government worker.
- Lastly, people who deserves humanitarian consideration with the valid UAE residence visa.
#NCEMA and Civil Aviation: Entry to the UAE will be allowed for some categories of passengers from countries, from where inbound flights to the Emirates have been banned. #TogetherWeRecover https://t.co/uvqhZXyKLy pic.twitter.com/I5cgoDbrrC— NCEMA UAE (@NCEMAUAE) August 3, 2021
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