Flyers, pay attention!
The United Arab Emirates has recently eased the restrictions for travellers from India. Passengers no longer need to undergo a rapid PCR test at the airports before departing for the UAE.
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Under the new rules that are in place now, Indian travellers only need to carry a negative RT-PCR report of a test taken within 48 hours of their scheduled flight. Also, they will be subjected to a on-arrival test at the airport and will have to self-quarantine till the results are declared.
In case a passenger tests positive, they will have to follow the guidelines issued by the relevant health authorities.
These rules are applicable to passengers travelling from India to Dubai, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah.
Check out our COVID guidelines page to know the travel rules for various countries.
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