Tourists who show symptoms on arrival and test positive for COVID-19 after being re-tested must comply with a 10-day isolation:
Infants and children below 12 years old are not required to do the COVID-19 PCR test. All older ages are required to conduct the COVID-19 PCR test.
If the result is positive, compliance with 10-day isolation becomes mandatory.
Alternatives for isolation include institutional quarantine (dedicated hotels/facilities), home or hospitalisation and potential options based on the patient’s assessment.
For all the visa related information please reach out to The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs and check your country’s travel advisory for latest guidance on outbound trips.
As announced by Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management, effective 17 May 2021 entertainment activities, as well as classical, theatrical and comedy events can resume upon securing a permit, with event organisers and attendees adhering to the latest safety and precautionary measures. All attendees must have been vaccinated; for more information please contact the Dubai Tourism Call Centre, Tel: 600555559.
As announced by Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management effective 17 May 2021, wedding events can take place in hotels and venues with stringent precautionary measures. All attendees must have been vaccinated; for more information please contact the Dubai Tourism Call Centre, Tel: 600555559.
The global mega event will run from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022, for the latest updates please visit https://www.expo2020dubai.com/ or @Expo2020dubai on social media.
The public will be required to strictly follow precautionary measures, which include:
Please find below helpful links to official sources: