Travellers from India, who have a valid residence visa and who have received two doses of the vaccine approved by the United Arab Emirates, will be allowed into the emirate.

United Arab Emirates will suspend passengers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Namibia from entering the country on national and foreign flights, effective 23:59 pm. On Monday, June 21,as per the statement from the General Civil Aviation Authority.

The GCAA said the restrictions would also cover transit passengers, with the exception of transit flights travelling to and from the United Arab Emirates, bound for those countries.

Cargo flights between those countries and the UAE will continue as usual, the statement said. The restrictions were being put in place to limit the spread of covid-19.

Dubai's Supreme Committee on Crisis and Disaster Management on Saturday said it will allow travellers from India, who have received two doses of the UAE-approved vaccine, to enter Dubai from June 23, 2021.

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