The United Arab Emirates have been classified as “orange” by the French health authorities, which means that it is possible to go there subject to compliance with the instructions. To get there, a compelling motive is necessaryunless you are vaccinated.
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Dubai asks all people over 12 years old, even those who can justify a full vaccination, to present the result of a negative PCR test less than 72 hours to the airline at the time of check-in. Please note, as these test results may be requested in English or Arabic by some companies, it is advisable to inform your testing center that you wish to travel to Dubai. Upon your arrival, a random test can be performed.
To leave Dubai, a negative PCR test must be carried out on site (the cost is € 35 on average) less than 36 hours before departure. This test can also be used for cross the French border, since the hexagon asks people returning from an “orange” country a PCR test of less than 72 hours. On the other hand, if the test turns out to be positive, Dubai will impose a minimum quarantine of 10 days at your expense. This is why the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises “Strongly” provide travel insurance ” and the financial resources required » before any trip to the Emirates.
Health restrictions on site
In Dubai, the mask is mandatory in all public areas. Cafes, bars and restaurants are open, with a maximum of 10 people per table. Concerts, sporting, social and cultural events are reserved for vaccinated people, with a capacity limited to 1,500 people indoors and 2,500 outdoors.
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