The UAE authorities have published new information about the requirements to enter the capital, Abu Dhabi, after the new preventive measures.
Abu Dhabi authorities indicated that “unlike residents and citizens, vaccinated tourists do not need to show evidence of obtaining a booster dose to enter Abu Dhabi,” as the pandemic prompted Abu Dhabi to set strict borders with Dubai, forcing all drivers to stop for a period to receive vaccination. Getting tested for the coronavirus on what was once a vast and empty highway before the outbreak of the virus.
The ever-changing requirements caused some trouble for travelers, as drivers from Dubai who did not receive booster doses moved away from the capital unexpectedly last week, while the emirate later pointed out that all citizens and residents seeking entry must now show proof of obtaining a dose. Enhanced to be considered fully immune and maintain ‘green status’ on the government health app.
And the updated Abu Dhabi Tourism website stated that “the new rule does not apply to international visitors, who may enter the city if they have received both doses,” while all visitors, whether they are residents or tourists, must submit a negative result for the Corona virus test that was conducted during the past two weeks. To enter the capital and its public places, including shopping centers and gyms.
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