In a statement issued on July 3, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) announced that all UAE residents and locals are allowed to travel out of the country, provided they meet a set of health requirements.
The announcement came just one day after a statement issued by NCEMA clarified the list of individuals and groups that would be allowed to travel out of the UAE.
According to the statement, those looking to travel for diplomatic reasons, official government business, business travel, and those looking to travel for private sector business trips would be given permission to leave the country. Individuals seeking medical treatment and students wishing to return to the country will be granted permission to travel. Expats wanting to visit their home country will also be allowed to travel.
However, as July 3, all those looking to travel out of the UAE can, provided they meet a set of health requirements.
The #UAE, represented by #NCEMA, @icauae and @MOFAICUAE, announces that all citizens and residents are now able to travel, in accordance with the health requirements currently enforced within airports and in accordance with the destinations regulations.
— NCEMA UAE (@NCEMAUAE) July 3, 2020
Requirements for Residents and Locals Leaving the UAE:[hhmc]
- Undergo a COVID-19 test 48 hours before your departure. Only those with negative results will be allowed to travel.
- All travelers are required to download the UAE COVID-19 tracing app.
- A travel request must be applied for through the Federal Authority for Citizenship and Identity's website and register in the Twajudi service.
- Complete a health accountability form, which will require travelers to list of all the countries they have recently visited.
- Travelers must be under the age of 70 and free from chronic disease.
- Travelers will also be subject to temperature checks.
- Those looking to travel are required to have international travel insurance.
- Travelers must follow preventaRead More – Source