Abu Dhabi Tourism Office: Emirate has lifted all coronavirus restrictions for tourists
AT Abu Dhabi From Monday, November 7, all remaining coronavirus measures have been lifted, including entry restrictions for tourists. This is with reference to the official press release of the tourist office emirate of the UAE in RF informs Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR).
It is noted that now travelers do not need to present PCR tests for COVID-19 either to enter Abu Dhabi or to visit its attractions. Also, tourists will not need to provide vaccination certificates upon arrival in the emirate, as well as register on the ica.gov.ae website.
The authorities of the beloved resort of Russians have retained only one restriction: foreigners who will be diagnosed with COVID-19 on vacation must isolate for five days.
Following Abu Dhabi, other emirates of the UAE are expected to lift the remaining coronavirus restrictions for foreign travelers.
Earlier in November, the UAE authorities canceled most of the COVID-19 restrictions for foreign tourists, including Russians. In particular, vacationers no longer need to provide Al Hosn (Green Pass) to visit public places.