UAE bans passengers coming from India till June 14
UAE bans passengers coming from India till June 14

New Delhi: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned entry of passengers from India till June 14. The UAE had banned entry of Indian passengers from April 25 following the second wave of the Covid-19 epidemic. Dubai's Airlines Emirates said in a statement that passenger flights from India have been cancelled till June 14, 2021. Passengers passing through India in the last 14 days will not be accepted to enter the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from any other point.

However, citizens of UAE, UAE golden visa holders and members of diplomatic missions who follow the revised Corona Protocol will be given concessions. Flights between the two countries will continue to allow transfer of exempted groups from India to UAE applying for transportation and discounts of passengers in India from UAE. The citizens of UAE, on diplomatic missions recognized by both countries, including official delegations, those travelling by commercial aircraft and golden visa holders, will be accepted as a precautionary measure, including 10-day warranty and PCR tests at the airport.

At the same time, the required PCR test period before the journey has been reduced from 72 to 48 hours and all tests should be administered by accredited labs, which issue results with a QR code.

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