According to an announcement by the Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee with effect from 24 December 2020, the entry restrictions for Abu Dhabi will be relaxed. International tourists, residents and travelers from selected destinations flying with Etihad Airways will be allowed to enter the emirate without having to self-isolate for 14 days

The list of countries that are eligible for non-quarantine entry and are designated as “green” countries is continuously reviewed by the Ministry of Health every two weeks. Travelers from these countries must self-isolate until they receive a negative PCR test result Those who enter the emirate from countries that are not on the “green” list are subject to a shortened quarantine period of 10 days

Expect the following: Upon arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport, all passengers will undergo thermal screening and COVID-19 PCR testing. This applies to all arrivals except children under the age of 12 as soon as passengers from “green” countries receive their negative test results, they can enjoy Abu Dhabi without quarantine or wearing a medical armband. Guests staying longer than six days must do another PCR test on the sixth day and again on the 12th for longer stays Day The tests start at AED 85 (approx 23 USD) Guests arriving from other destinations must follow the quarantine guidelines, which have been reduced to a 10 day period

UA Residents who have taken part in the vaccination trials or the national vaccination program are also exempt from quarantine in Abu Dhabi

Flying to, to, and over Abu Dhabi is supported by the airline’s completely revamped Desihad wellness disinfection and safety program, which includes specially trained wellness ambassadors introduced by the airline to provide vital travel health information and information on the ground and to be provided on every flight so that guests can fly more easily and safely

In addition, all passengers traveling with Etihad receive free COVID-19 insurance Etihad requires 100 percent of its passengers to present a negative PCR test before departure and upon arrival in Abu Dhabi, which is the Offers travelers an extra level of security when visiting the emirate

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World News – FI – Abu Dhabi will be on 24 December reopened for travelers

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