Good news for tourists, the Dubai government made a big announcement
Dubai: The government of the United Arab Emirates state of Dubai has announced that tourists will be allowed to enter the country from July 7.
According to the Khaleej Times, the Dubai government announced on Sunday that the ban on entry of tourists would be lifted on July 7, after which foreigners coming on visit visas from all over the world will be allowed to enter the country.
A statement issued by the Dubai Media Office said that in order to enter Dubai, tourists would have to show a Corona certificate and would be tested at the airport.
According to the media office, the operation at the Emirati airport will be resumed from June 22, after which local citizens and pre-visa holders will be allowed to enter.
The statement said that the Prime Minister and Vice President of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum had ratified the decisions.
It may be recalled that the UAE government had last week given good news to those wishing to go abroad that they would be able to leave for their respective destinations from June 23, according to the rankings. The government had also released the names of specific airlines in this regard.
“We will allow our citizens to travel to countries where the risk of coronary heart disease is low,” said Dr. Al-Saif, a spokesman for Dubai’s National Emergency Management Authority.