Abu Dhabi (Gulf Inside) Abu Dhabi’s Emergency, Crisis, and Disaster Committee has issued new travel conditions for Emirati nationals and Emirati visa holders coming from abroad, effective July 5, 2021. The details of the revised travel rules for travelers from Green List countries and other countries are as follows:
Passengers from Green List countries who have received both doses of the vaccine will undergo a PCR test at the airport upon arrival in Abu Dhabi and then on the sixth day again they will undergo a PCR test. Passengers in this category are exempt from quarantine.
Passengers from Green List countries who have not been vaccinated before will be required to undergo a PCR test upon arrival at Abu Dhabi Airport.
These passengers will also be exempt from quarantine. However, They will have to undergo a PCR test on the sixth and then the twelfth day of their stay in Abu Dhabi.
Foreign travelers who have received both doses of the vaccine are coming from countries other than those on the green list. They will have a mandatory PCR test on arrival in Abu Dhabi. These passengers will have to undergo mandatory quarantine for seven days and then undergo a PCR test on the sixth day as well.
The ban will apply to Emirati nationals and Emirati visa holders who have passed at least 28 days for a second dose of the vaccine upon arrival in Abu Dhabi and their records will be recorded in the Al-Hosn app.
Travelers who have arrived in Abu Dhabi from countries other than the Green List countries and have not been vaccinated with both doses.
They will have a PCR test at Abu Dhabi Airport and then on the eleventh day again they need to undergo a PCR test. These passengers will be required to take a 12-day quarantine immediately upon arrival.
It should be noted that the green list released by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Department includes the following countries:
The United States, Bhutan, Brunei, China, Cuba, Greenland, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Mauritius, Morocco, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,
South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, UK, Uzbekistan, Spain, Germany, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan & Moldova