Tourists will be allowed to come to Dubai from July 7, the city-state media center said Sunday after more than three months of closure to stem the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic. Citing the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management, the center provided a list of protocols that travelers will have to undergo to enter the emirate of the Gulf.
Tourists will either " have to test negative for less than 96 hours for the new coronavirus or be tested at Dubai Airport," the center said, adding that those tested positive will be in their 14-day quarantine period. Visitors must also be covered by international health insurance, download a mobile application to communicate information about them and complete a "health declaration". Citizens and residents of Dubai will be allowed to travel from Tuesday.