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Important statement for travelers coming to Abu Dhabi
Important statement for travelers coming to Abu Dhabi

The Department of Culture and Tourism in Abu Dhabi revealed the updated “Green List” for travelers coming to Abu Dhabi, in support of easing travel procedures while adhering to the approved protocols to ensure the health and safety of everyone.

All travelers coming from the countries included in this list will be exempted from the quarantine period in the emirate, and they must present a negative result of the Covid 19 examination (PCR analysis) received within 48 hours at most before the departure date, and a second examination upon their arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

Passengers who have fully vaccinated and who are coming from one of the countries of the updated “green list” will be required to take another Covid-19 test (PCR analysis) on the sixth day from the date of their arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport (after the arrival date is the first day).
As for non-vaccinated travelers coming from one of the “green list” countries, they must perform a Covid-19 examination (PCR analysis) on the sixth and ninth days from the date of their arrival at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

It should be noted that the countries, regions and territories included in the list will be updated periodically based on the global developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The names of countries that comply with the strict standards of security and health will be included in order to protect the local community in the UAE.

These procedures apply only to the countries of departure from which visitors are traveling and not to nationality.
The updated Green List shall enter into force at 12:01 am on Monday, January 3, 2022, local time in the United Arab Emirates.
The updated green list includes Azerbaijan, Armenia, Spain, Australia, Israel, Albania, Bahrain, Brazil, Algeria, Morocco, Portugal, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, China, Iraq, the Philippines, Kuwait, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Austria, USA, Japan, Yemen, Greece, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Iran, Italy, Papua New Guinea, Belgium, Bulgaria, Burma, Poland, Belarus, Thailand, Taiwan (People's Republic of China),
Turkmenistan, Tunisia, Maldives, Republic of Ireland, Georgia, Romania, Oman, Slovakia, Slovenia, Singapore, Syria, Switzerland, Seychelles, Serbia, Tajikistan, France, Finland, Cyprus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Croatia, Cambodia, Canada, Korea Southern, Latvia, Laos, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, Hong Kong (SAR China).

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