Everything You Need To Know If You’re Traveling Between UAE And The UK After The Amber List Move
Dubai’s leading airline, Emirates, has issued out new rules and updates for those traveling to the UAE from the United Kingdom on Friday.
All passengers traveling to Dubai from the UK must come in with a negative PCR test certificate that was taken no more than 72 hours prior their departure – and it has to be a Reverse Transcription Polyamerase Chain Reaction (RTPCR) test.
The update comes after the UK officially moved the UAE to the amber list, meaning passengers no longer needed to complete a mandatory hotel quarantine/isolation.
All passengers traveling to Dubai have to present a negative RTPCR test
Yep, along with that the NHS Covid Test are reportedly not accepted for travel from the UK, the announcement specified.
Any other test certificated including antibody tests and home testing kits won’t be accepted in Dubai either.
— Emirates Airline (@emirates) August 5, 2021
UAE Nationals who are flying between Dubai from the UK are exempt from the COVID19 test requirements before their departure
However, they will still have to take a PCR test upon arrival in Dubai!
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