UAE travel rules for fully-vaccinated Indian passengers announced
Dubai : The United Arab Emirates have updated their travel guidelines for Indian travellers who have received both doses of coronavirus vaccine.
On Tuesday, Saudi Arabia scrapped mandatory quarantine rule for Indian nationals who have taken international flights to India after receiving both doses of Covid vaccine in Saudi Arabia.
In its latest tweet, the Indian Embassy in Saudi Arabia stated that Indian travellers can now directly return to the Kingdom without the need to quarantine in a third country.
“Further details on implementation of the above decision are awaited,” a subsequent tweet read.
It must be noted that the relaxations are only for the Indian travellers who have received their both doses in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier in the day, UAE had temporarily suspended the issuance of visa-on-arrival facility for passengers who are arriving from or been in India in the past 14 days.
“The UAE authorities have decided to temporarily suspend the Visa-on-arrival facility for passengers who are arriving from or been in India in the past 14 days. We’re working to update our website, please keep an eye on https://bit.ly/TravelGuideEN for latest regulations,” Etihad Help tweeted.