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The authorities have revealed plans to resume tourism activities.

On Sunday, the Abu Dhabi authorities revealed plans to resume tourism activities in the emirate and open the doors to international visitors from July 1. Quarantine requirements will also be raised. Emarat Al Youm In a report presented on the sidelines of the Arab Travel Market 2021.

According to the regulations currently in force, from May 3, 2021, vaccinated travelers from “green” countries must undergo a PCR test on arrival and on the sixth day, without the need for quarantine.

Inoculated travelers arriving from other countries should take a PCR test upon arrival and quarantine for five days and take another PCR test on the fourth day

The protocol applies to all Emirati citizens and residents of Abu Dhabi who were vaccinated and who received the second vaccine dose at least 28 days before, which was documented in the vaccine report on the Al Hosn application.

As for unvaccinated citizens and residents in Abu Dhabi coming from the “green” countries, they must undergo a polymerase chain reaction test upon arrival without the need for quarantine, in addition to two other PCR tests on the sixth and twelfth days.

Unvaccinated citizens and residents coming from other countries must take a PCR test upon arrival, quarantine for 10 days, and take another PCR test on the eighth day.

The most recent green list countries are:

> Australia

Bhutan

Brunei

> China

> Cuba

Greenland

> Hong Kong (SAR)

Iceland

> Israel

> Japan

Mauritius

> Morocco

> New Zealand

> Portugal

> Russia

> Saudi Arabia

Singapore

> South Korea

> Switzerland

> Taiwan (ROC)

Tajikistan

> United Kingdom

> Uzbekistan


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