Guidelines for tourists travelling to Dubai from July 7
Travel to Dubai depends on the approvals of the flight schedule from the departure destination. UAE government has set up strict regulations which every traveller must adhere to, on arrival and departure to ensure safety first amidst the pandemic. Every tourist must ensure that you have valid entry permits and medical travel insurance before you plan a trip to Dubai. Its mandatory for all tourist to register their details on the COVID-10 DXB App.
Should I take a PCR test on arrival or before arrival?
If you are a tourist travelling to Dubai, make sure that you carry a PCR test result certificate taken up-to 4 days (maximum 96 hours). In-case you do not carry a PCR test result certificate a PCR test will be done at the Dubai airport. Regular thermal screening is mandatory at Dubai airport. If you have a negative certificate, but display COVID-19 symptoms, PCR test can be repeated at Dubai airport. If you are found to be positive you will be moved to institutional 14-day quarantine at your own expense.
What is "Health Declaration Form"?
Tourists need to sign a health declaration form before your head on your journey to Dubai. The airliners reserve the right to offload passenger off the aircraft if you are found to have COVID-19 symptoms. Tourist will need to bear all the expenses of the institutional quarantine if found to be COVID positive on arrival in Dubai.
Is Dubai safe to travel?
As the city gears up to the gradual reopening of tourism, the government focuses on key elements to recreating unique and safe experiences for tourists. The Dubai government and regulatory bodies have ensured a number of measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The inflow of tourists would depend on global trends. Safety will be a top priority as tourist sites reopen to the public. Social distancing is being practised everywhere to slow down the spread.