Abu Dhabi: Officials of the United Arab Emirates have announced that citizens of Gulf countries and foreigners residing there can enter the UAE through border routes and land ports from November 23.

According to the UAE’s website, citizens of Gulf countries and foreigners residing there can now enter the UAE through border routes and land ports from Tuesday 23 November.

The announcement was made by the UAE’s Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.

Under the new rules and regulations, people who have received the approved corona vaccine must report a negative PCR test, but not earlier than 14 days.

If passengers have to stay in the country for 6 consecutive days, then they have to undergo PCR test on the sixth day of entry.

In addition, those who have not been vaccinated will also be allowed to enter the country, but it is important that the negative report of the PCR test is not older than 72 hours.

At the same time, if travelers have to stay in the UAE for 4 consecutive days, they will have to undergo a test on the fourth day of entry into the country and if they stay for 8 days or more, then they will have to undergo the test on the eighth day. ۔

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