The UAE has announced that it will make the complete Covid vaccine available to all travelers from Monday. This trend comes after a decline in coronavirus infections in wealthy Gulf countries.
The reversal comes after a drop in coronavirus infections in the affluent Gulf nation, after fewer than 1,000 cases were reported per day last week and for the first time in months.
The UAE’s decision paved the way for international travelers “to achieve sustainable economic recovery and growth,” WAM news agency reported Saturday.
Covid-19 vaccines are expected to be given to adults approved by the World Health Organization, including AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer / BioNTech, Sinopharm, and Sinovac.
“This decision applies to citizens of all countries, including those from previously banned countries,” said WAM.
He said: “Passengers arriving on tourist visas must undergo the necessary PCR tests at the airport.”
There are seven kingdoms in the UAE, including the capitals Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
While living in this country has truly returned to the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic, it imposes even stricter rules to undermine and ignore unity.
Dubai counted six months last year for Dubai Expo 2020 – a year delayed due to health problems and now opening in October – to attract millions of visitors and boost the economy.
According to tourism, the Emirates was one of the first places to pave the way for travelers, welcoming travelers in July last year, months after a serious illness.
Abu Dhabi, meanwhile, is cautious, with some visitors only opening in December.
The UAE has recorded over 715,000 cases of Covid-19 disease, including 2,036 deaths.