As per latest guidelines, individuals travelling from India to Dubai no longer need to undergo a rapid Covid-19 test before departure.
As per the latest guidelines issued on Tuesday, Indian nationals travelling to Dubai no longer need to undergo a rapid Covid-19 test at the airport before departure. The new guidelines came into effect on Tuesday.
However, travellers from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and India are still required to present a negative report from a Covid-19 test conducted not earlier than 48 hours before travel time.
Additionally, travellers must undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival in Dubai and self-quarantine until a negative test report is issued. If the passenger tests positive, they must follow guidelines issued by the relevant health authority in Dubai.
“For transit passengers, the rules/conditions governing entry at the final destination of the transit passenger shall be applicable,” the guidelines issued by authorities in Dubai say.
India recorded 13,405 fresh Covid-19 infections in 24 hours on Tuesday.
The active cases in the country now stand at 1,81,075, while the daily positivity rate was recorded at 1.24 per cent.
The total recovery stands at 4,21,58,510 and the total death toll at 5,12,344.
News Credits: India Today