Abu Dhabi removes quarantine requirement for visitors, says National Emergency Crisis Authority

The United Arab Emirates’ National Emergency Crisis Authority has said that the quarantine requirement for visitors to Abu Dhabi has been lifted. 

According to Arab media, the UAE National Emergency Crisis Authority in Abu Dhabi has said in a statement that only vaccinated people will be exempted from quarantine. 

National Emergency Crisis says passengers must submit a negative PCR report within 48 hours. The new orders will take effect on September 5. Passengers from Green List countries must have a PC artist on arrival at the airport. 

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The authority said in a statement that passengers from green list countries would have to undergo PCR test again in six days. Passengers from other countries will have to undergo a PCR test on arrival at the airport.

The quarantine requirement will apply to unvaccinated travelers from other countries. Non-vaccinated passengers must undergo a PCR test 10 days after arrival. 

According to the statement, the new orders will apply to passengers arriving in Abu Dhabi for a stay.