Within the framework of joint cooperation and coordination between the UAE and Greece and to move forward towards recovery from the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic, a safe travel passage has been adopted between the two countries for travelers who received two doses of the Coronavirus vaccine.
Within the measures included in this procedure, the two countries agreed to mutual recognition of vaccination certificates issued by their health authorities without the need to apply quarantine requirements upon arrival, taking into account adherence to other precautionary measures adopted at the destination and which are updated to ensure safer and safer travel. For everyone.
The new procedure came into effect by the Greek side, starting today, Thursday, while it will be implemented by the UAE on May 18.
This step comes as an affirmation of the UAE and Greece’s keenness to facilitate the movement of individuals and tourism between them, and to achieve the desired goals of vaccination campaigns for different groups of society, which contributed to reaching global advanced rates in the proportion of vaccine recipients, in a manner that guarantees the safety and health of society and prevents the spread of the pandemic.
According to the new arrangements, citizens and residents wishing to benefit from the exemption from quarantine in both countries will be required to show that they have obtained the last dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 according to the approved applications or certificates issued by health authorities, and the traveler can present the results of the laboratory examination / PCR / through the applications Approved in the two countries.
This strategic partnership and cooperation between the United Arab Emirates and Greece is of high importance in light of the challenges facing the world due to the Covid-19 pandemic .. This cooperation and coordination also supports the efforts of the two countries to contain and overcome the repercussions of this pandemic.
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