From January 10, the UAE will ban non-vaccinated citizens from international travel

The United Arab Emirates has announced a strict policy to prevent the spread of COVID, which will take effect on January 10th. Unvaccinated citizens will not be permitted to travel outside the country. According to news reports, even citizens who are fully vaccinated would be required to receive a booster shot in order to travel. Those who qualify for medical or humanitarian exemptions, on the other hand, will be exempt from the ban.

With this announcement, the United Arab Emirates becomes the latest country to impose new restrictions in response to an increase in infections. As previously reported, many countries have already implemented strict requirements for people who have not been vaccinated before they are permitted to travel abroad.

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UAE will ban non-vaccinated
UAE will ban non-vaccinated

While some countries have made negative COVID test results mandatory before travel, others have made quarantine mandatory for travellers once they arrive on their shores of arrival.

More than 90% of the population in the United Arab Emirates has been fully immunised against COVID-19, with approximately 34% having already received the booster jab as of December 24 according to reports.

The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the United Arab Emirates have released the most recent travel regulations in the country. According to reports, these precautions were taken to ensure that health and safety were given top priority.

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