The statement said: “This decision includes the entry of passengers who entered India 14 days before their arrival in the United Arab Emirates.”
On Friday, the UAE updated its travel ban on India, saying it will suspend all inbound flights within the country and foreign airlines, and allow passengers to travel to India from the Gulf countries. As the COVID-19 situation in the country deteriorated, it lasted 10 days from Sunday.
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority and the National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) announced an update to the rules to clarify that entry from India will be suspended for all inbound flights by domestic and overseas airlines.
According to the statement issued here, this also applies to passengers with transit passengers, but does not include transit flights to the UAE and to India. The statement said: “This decision includes the entry of passengers who entered India within 14 days before arriving in the United Arab Emirates.” However, the statement said that flights between the two countries will continue to operate in order to be able to transport passengers. From the United Arab Emirates to India”.
In addition, the liberated groups can be relocated from India to the United Arab Emirates on the premise of observing the above-mentioned preventive measures. These groups include citizens of the United Arab Emirates, diplomatic missions designated by the two countries, and official Delegations, people traveling by chartered business planes and people with golden residences.
As long as precautions are taken, including at the airport and the fourth and eighth days after entering, a 10-day quarantine and PCR test are required. Be applicable.