UAE exempts citizens of Sultanate of Omanfrom prior approvals
UAE exempts citizens of Sultanate of Omanfrom prior approvals

The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority and the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, announced the start of movement through land ports at the state level, while exempting citizens of the sisterly Sultanate of Oman from the requirement of prior approval to enter from the country's land ports, as of Monday.


The UAE had developed a systematic response plan to counter the effects of the spread of the "Covid-19" virus, to ensure business continuity, and to achieve recovery and restore growth, within a record period.

Citizens of the Sultanate are required to present a negative (PCR) test result, provided that the pre-examination is from accredited laboratories in the Sultanate, and its validity period does not exceed 48 hours from the date of its conduct, in addition to the obligation to conduct a "Covid-19" examination at the ports upon arrival, and follow the procedures All preventive and precautionary measures, according to the approved protocols, in addition to installing the Al-Husn application.

In addition, visitors who are citizens of the Sultanate are obligated to conduct a PCR examination, on the fourth day, if they stay for four consecutive days inside the country.

The authority indicated that the quarantine procedures for visitors coming from outside the country are applied according to the local procedures followed in the various emirates of the country.