Posted by : Aahil Shaik Thursday, June 18, 2020
United Arab Emirates (UAE) to allow Travel to Low Risk countries from June 23
The United Arab Emirates announced a list of countries with "Low Risk" tag, where citizens and expatriates can travel to starting from 23rd June (Tuesday) in an effort to loose the coronavirus restrictions. Trending : Returning to normal life plan is going well in Saudi Arabia
The countries have been categorized into three, that is, High Risk, Moderate Risk and Low Risk. For now citizens and expatriates can travel only to the 'low risk' countries.
- Medium risk countries travel option is only available to cases of medical treatment abroad, diplomatic or military missions, official business or conferences, first degree relatives (Parents, children or siblings) and in emergency case (Death of a family member).
- The travel to 'High risk' countries is currently banned. Recommend : Corona negative certificate must for Keralites traveling to Kerala through Chartered flights
- Travelers must submit a travel request through Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship and register for the 'Tawajudi' service before travel and must undergo Corona virus test before and after their trip, they need to be self quarantine for 14 days. While the destination countries may have their own norms for receiving citizens or expatriates, it is suggested to check it before the travel.
Low Risk Countries : Australia, Austria, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bosnia and Herzegoyina, Brunei, Bulgaria, The Czech Republic, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Fiji, Georgia, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Jordan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Montenegro, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Romania, South Korea, Seychelles, Slovakia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia.
Medium Risk Countries : Belgium, Denmark, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Oman, Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Morocco, Kuwait, Slovenia and Tanzania. See Also : Saudi Arabia reports 48 deaths in 24 hours, Highest till date