Hamad I Mohammed
Today, Sunday, the Abu Dhabi government announced the easing of entry procedures for foreign citizens who were vaccinated against the Corona virus, which causes the “Covid-19” infection, to enter the emirate’s territory.
The Abu Dhabi Government Media Office stated, in a statement, that the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Committee resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic in the emirate has updated travel procedures for the two restaurants, citizens and residents, and work begins on Monday, May 3.
The statement explained: “According to the updated procedures, vaccinators coming from green countries are required to conduct a PCR examination upon arrival and an additional examination on the sixth day, without the need for quarantine. As for the vaccinators coming from other countries, they must undergo a PCR examination upon arrival and quarantine for a period of 5 days.” Then another examination takes place on the fourth day of arrival in the country.
The protocol applies to all vaccinated citizens and residents of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi who have completed 28 days or more since they received the second dose of the vaccine, which is confirmed in the vaccination report from the “Al Hosn” application.
And the Abu Dhabi government continued: “As for the travel procedures for non-vaccinated citizens and residents of the emirate, non-vaccinated people coming from green countries are required to undergo a PCR examination upon arrival without the need for quarantine, in addition to conducting two additional examinations on the sixth and twelfth days.”
In addition, those who are not vaccinated from other countries must undergo a “PCR” examination upon arrival and quarantine for a period of 10 days, and then undergo another examination on the eighth day.