News Link: UAE Bans Indians Entry To The Emirates For 10 Days – By ND Newsdesk
From today, April 22, 2021, People from India to the UAE should take a Covid-19 PCR test close to 48 hours before take off.
As indicated by the most recent update posted on the Etihad aviation routes site, the negative test outcome should be given by an affiliated Or accredited facility or a lab certified by India.
The negative test certificated should also have a QR code.
The rule doesn’t say that people who are under 12 years old should have a certificate. They can travel with co-passengers fit to travel. Those with inabilities can travel, the Etihad aviation routes site added.
The 48-hour PCR testing rule was first reported for travellers from India traveling to Dubai.
Emirates, Fly Dubai and Indian transporters had declared the standard change on April 19.
With India clasping under a lethal second influx of the Covid emergency and medical clinics in the nation running out of beds and oxygen supplies, so far eight nations throughout the planet have reported travel boycotts and limitations to forestall the spread of Covid-19.
Emirates Airlines, the foremost Airline of the UAE, had stopped flights from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh from 24th April 2021. Even though the halt is temporary, it is going to keep the status quo until further notice.
It is also learned that Fly Dubai is also planning to follow the procedures of Emirates from same date.
Both decisions are based on ban by UAE Government on people who have visited India, Bangladesh Or Pakistan within last 14 days.
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