UAE Issues Travel Guidelines For Those Traveling Out This Summer

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
UAE Issues Travel Guidelines For Those Traveling Out This Summer

Dubai has been easing restrictions over the past few weeks. In line with this, the UAE government announced set conditions for citizens and residents wanting to travel abroad from June 23.On that note, here are 26 Countries That Have Opened & Are Opening Up For Tourism Again Rather Cautiously.

Which Countries Can You Tavel To?

Countries for Emiratis to travel to are split into three categories based on the level of risk. All residents are eligible to travel to low-risk countries. Residents are permitted to travel to medium risk for specific purposes. Further, no travel will be permitted to high-risk countries.

Also, did you know Egypt Is Reopening Select Tourist Destinations From 1 July?

What Conditions Must Travelers Adhere To?

  1. All UAE Residents and citizens must register for the Twajudi service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  2. People will not be permitted to travel unless they test Covid negative.
  3. All travellers must have international health insurance and should abide by the precautinary measures at the airport.
  4. Individuals with temperature more than 38ºC will be isolated; those with symptoms will not be allowed to travel.
  5. Travellers must fill in a health application and pledge that they will adhere to all requirements. As well as they will not travel to any other country that they haven’t declared.
  6. In the event of falling sick in the destination country, travellers must inform the UAE embassy/consulate there.
  7. Travelers must wear face masks and gloves all the time, carry a travel file, including health status and ID cards, and should download the AlHosn app.
  8. People over 70 are not allowed to travel. Those with chronic diseases are discouraged to travel

On another note, Maldives Plans To Reopen To International Tourists From July.

What Conditions Apply On Return To The UAE?

All travellers must undergo a 14-day home quarantine. A seven day quarantine is applicable for those returning from low risk countries. Those working in vital sectors can quarantine as well as those who cannot opt for home quarantine can opt for hotel quarantine.

Also take a look at these 10 COVID-Free Countries Across The World.