New guidelines by the Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee have been issued for travellers arriving to Abu Dhabi International Airport from countries on the Green List .
Those who have been vaccinated will be required to take a PCR test on arrival and again five days later, but now will no longer need to quarantine.
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However, vaccinated travellers arriving from any other country that is not on the approved Green List will be have to undergo PCR testing on arrival, quarantine for five days, and take a second test on day four.
The measures apply to all vaccinated UAE citizens and residents of Abu Dhabi.
This includes non-vaccinated citizens and residents arriving from the 23 green list countries, who will not be required to quarantine. They will, however, be required to complete additional tests on days six and 12.
For those non-vaccinated passengers arriving from other countries, a PCR test must be taken on arrival and quarantine for ten days, as well as undertaking another PCR test on day eight.
In other COVID-related travel news, the ban on flights from India which came in to effect on 22 April, has now been extended until 31 May.