UAE Now Allows All Vaccinated Indians To Get Tourist Visa: But There Is Rule You Should Know
Covid-19 changed the world forever. It changed the way, nations, communities, and individuals interact with each other. Changed the way humans used to trust each other. Nations started looking at each other with suspicion. They closed their borders indefinitely. It took a mammoth amount of effort from scientists to come up with vaccines. And only now, after vaccine roll out all over the world has reached a substantial level, nations have started opening up.
UAE is open for vaccinated tourists
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has started accepting applications for tourist visas from all countries starting August 30.
By this move, UAE has become one of the first few countries which have started opening up its boundaries for tourists all over the world.
As per the new travel guidelines released by UAE, tourists will need to be vaccinated with one of the Covid-19 vaccine shots approved by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The country has made it clear that the decision applies to citizens of all countries. This includes those arriving from previously banned nations.
Besides, passengers arriving on tourist visas must take a mandatory rapid PCR test at the airport on arrival.
Safety is being given high priority
As the government of UAE is keen on keeping Covid-19 at bay, the passengers also need to register their vaccination status on the health app released by the government.
Travelers wishing to receive the benefits provided to those vaccinated in the UAE can register their vaccination via the ICA platform or Al Hosn application.
At the same time, it should be noted that there is no change in the rules for unvaccinated passengers, including exempted categories.
Earlier this month, the country, whose biggest cities include Abu Dhabi and Dubai, has also started to allow residents to return.
So, after all, we might be returning to the normal, huh?