As after a sudden hike in the cases of Omicron Virus globally, United Arab Emirates will ban travel abroad of non-vaccinated nationals from January 10, as per guidelines issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority.

Fully vaccinated citizens will also need a booster shot to be eligible to travel. The ban will not apply to people with medical or humanitarian exemptions.

Recently, Dubai has also issued new restrictions on travelers from Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania in the wake of rising coronavirus cases.

Omicron virus is leaving its mark all over the world, due to which many countries have announced lockdown and many countries have banned their international flights. On the celebration of Christmas Day many flight has also been canceled.

Inspite of this, Abu Dhabi on announced updated entry requirements for the emirate in new measures to combat the ongoing Omicron pandemic, COVID-vaccinated individuals wishing to enter the emirate from within the UAE will be required to show a green status on the Al Hosn app.


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