Abu Dhabi (Gulf Inside) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced that children under the age of 12 and children with severe disabilities have been exempted from the corona test.
Every traveler returning to the UAE is required to submit an updated report of the PCR test this report should not be more than 96 hours old from the date of the test – it was previously stated that the report should not be more than 72 hours old from the date of the test.
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According to Emarat Al-Youm, Emirati authorities have exempted children under the age of 12 and those with severe disabilities from this condition.
The UAE Foreign Office and the National Crisis Agency had announced that locals, foreigners, tourists and transit passengers arriving at UAE airports would have to undergo a PCR corona test which will take effect from August 1.
Emirati officials have warned that previous testing restrictions will remain in place – to ensure the health and safety of locals and foreigners and to protect them from the corona virus.