As you know that the Abu Dhabi has reopened for travel worldwide. However, the visitors and residents are allowed to enter Abu Dhabi based on the illiberal guidelines reaching out to PCR tests and quarantine are at present essentially. Although if you are arriving from the gree-listed nation and fully immunized, then you no need to be isolated. Here you can find a list of green-listed countries where your entry is allowed in Abu Dhabi.
Green list Abu Dhabi contains:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hong Kong (SAR)
Republic of Ireland
Taiwan, Province of China
United States of America
This exclusion applies just for travelers coming from nations on the green rundown. Exclusions are not founded on citizenship. Just UAE nationals, occupants with a substantial home visa, and the individuals who are qualified for a visa on appearance can enter the UAE through Abu Dhabi’s air terminals. In case you are making a trip to Abu Dhabi, you should keep these extra guidelines.
Let’s see about the guidelines:
- Have a negative PCR test result gave inside 48 hours of takeoff or a negative DPI test result gave inside 24 hours of flight.
- Download the ALHOSN UAE application on your cell phones before you travel to Abu Dhabi.
- Go through a warm screening and another COVID-19 PCR testing on landing in Abu Dhabi air terminal.
Going to Abu Dhabi (except if you are going from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, and Uganda) no longer requires endorsement from Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). Be that as it may, you are prescribed to visit uaeentry.ica.gov.ae and present your visa number and Emirates ID number to get a moment to check your entrance status.
Now we see about Visa conditions for the green-listed countries:
You can travel to Abu Dhabi in case you are a UAE public or inhabitant, you are qualified for a visa on appearance or you hold a visit visa for Abu Dhabi. In case you are a traveler, your visa should be given in Abu Dhabi.
Explorers from most nations on the green rundown are qualified for a visa on appearance. They can essentially travel to Abu Dhabi and head to the movement office.
How about Arrival from Dubai or another sultanate?
Completely vaccinated worldwide travelers venturing out to Abu Dhabi from Dubai or different Emirates should keep these rules:
- Download the ICA application and complete the enlistment.
- Download the Al Hosn application, which is the Green Pass passage to the greater part of Abu Dhabi’s objections.
- Completely inoculated voyagers and inhabitants coming from different Emirates won’t be needed to do a PCR test to enter Abu Dhabi.
How about the entry from banned countries?
The UAE has facilitated limitations put on inbound voyagers from six prohibited nations, as declared by the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA).
Completely immunized home visa holders from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, and Uganda can get back to Abu Dhabi in the event that they have acquired pre-section endorsement from the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). Note that Dubai visa holders from said nations should likewise get pre‑entry endorsement through the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA).
Abu Dhabi quarantine and testing guidelines
Guidelines for vaccinated travellers
- If you are coming from green-listed countries, you do not need to quarantine yourself. However, you will need to do an RT-PCR test on arrival and on day 6 from arrival.
- If you are coming from other countries, you do not need to quarantine yourself. You will need to do an RT-PCR test on arrival, day 4 and day 8 from arrival.
To be fully vaccinated, you must have received two doses of the same vaccine at least 14 days before departure. Information about the vaccine must be documented on the Al Hosn app.
Guidelines for non-vaccinated travellers
- If you are coming from green countries, you do not need to quarantine yourself. However, you will need to do an RT-PCR test on arrival, days 6 and 9 from arrival.
- If you are coming from other countries, you must quarantine yourself for 10 days. Additionally, you will need to do an RT-PCR test on arrival and on day 9 from arrival.
If you have arrived from a country that the UAE authorities deem is high-risk, then you will be subject to quarantine at a government facility.