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Abu Dhabi Welcomes Tourists And Removes The Quarantine Period

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Abu Dhabi Welcomes Tourists And Removes The Quarantine Period

Travel updates! Abu Dhabi welcomes tourists and removes the quarantine period.

The travel procedure for tourists arriving into Abu Dhabi emirate from abroad has been updated.

From Sunday, 5 September, all vaccinated tourists arriving into Abu Dhabi emirate do not need to quarantine

The protocol applies to vaccinated tourists who have received all required doses as approved by the World Health Organization aged 16 +. They can show their status by registering on the Alhosn app, OR by using the official app of their country of residence to show vaccination and their phone to show test results

Before you travel, read this:

Vaccinated tourists must verify their vaccination certificate via the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship website or app. Before boarding, they must show a negative PCR test result received within 48 hours of departure.

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