Dubai Will Re-Open From July 2020 After Covid-19

Dubai Will Re-Open From July 2020 After Covid-19

26/06/2020 0 By M Zaman

Dubai is ready to accept foreign tourists from July 2020 after post Covid-19 pandemic.

Since, Covid-19 has started across the United Arab Emirates. Likewise, other major city in the country Dubai was closed for tourism as a safety measure.

Visitors from different parts of the world but mainly from Western countries can travel again in Dubai from July 7, 2020.

Although, Dubai will re-open for tourism. Visitors will need to follow stricter Covid-19 codes before they are considering to visit within the city.

Once a visitor is considering to travel in UAE, make sure they have medical travel insurance before travelling. It is mandatory.

The Dubai Fountain

The Dubai Fountain

While, a travel insurance don’t have international coverage. Visitors may need to pay for any upcoming medical costs.

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They will also need to sign a declaration from to bear all costs of quarantine and treatment and complete the Health Declaration Form before departure.

Visitors also need to ensure they don’t have Covid-19 symptoms. They will also need to register all their details in the COVID-19 DXB app.

On the other hand, visitors will also need to carry out PCR test prior to four days or 93 hours before they travel.

For visitors who have not performed the PCR test, authorities at Dubai airports can carry out the test upon arrival. The PCR test can be repeated for tourists who had tested negative before departing but display Covid-19 symptoms.

Palm Islands

Palm Islands, Dubai, UAE

However, airlines have the right to deny travellers if they display any symptoms of Covid-19.

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All arrival passengers have their temperature taken with thermal screening devices.

Visitors also need to complete Health Declaration Form before departing.

Those visitors either have Covid-19 symptoms or found positive during PCR test will face mandatory 14-day quarantine periods.

They can reside in institutional quarantine, home quarantine or hospitalisation.

It is also necessary to maintain 2 metre or 6 feet of distance while in Dubai. Visitors will need to ensure of wearing masks and washing hands regularly.

You will find more useful information about Dubai from here.

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