Dubai, one of the largest tourist attraction will reopen on July 7 to international travellers, 2020, according to a statement issued from the Government of Dubai.
The government of the United Arab Emirates statement reads, tourists, visiting the country will be required to present a recent COVID-19 PCR test negative certificate done within 96 hours of departure or undergo testing at Dubai airports.
Tourists must also download the COVID-19 DXB app and register their details.
All arrivals will also be subject to thermal screenings. If a traveler is suspected to have COVID-19 symptoms, Dubai airports have the right to re-test to ensure the tourist is free of the virus.
Tourists must comply with preventive measures and safety procedures and must self-isolate for 14 days if they test positive.
Additionally, Dubai residents who have been abroad are permitted to return to the emirate by pre-booking flights on any airline.
Residents must fill a ‘Health Declaration Form’ before embarking on their journey to confirm they do not have COVID-19 symptoms.
Dubai citizens and residents can now travel internationally but will be subject to COVID-19 testing.