The list may change according to global development…
The Abu Dhabi Ministry of Culture and Tourism (DCT) has updated its Green list of countries, regions and territories Bring the total number of countries to 35. The list becomes effective on July 13, 2021.
The list published by the Tourist Office comes with a clause stating that the list may change according to the development of Covid-19 globally.
What is the Abu Dhabi Green List?
The Abu Dhabi “green list” countries are a series of low-risk international territories that are believed to bring Covid-19 into the emirate. The list was compiled through a comprehensive analysis of epidemic management standards, covering areas including infection and vaccination rates, government policies, entry requirements, and testing protocols.
The green list will be updated regularly based on international health developments. To be on the list, destinations must meet a strict set of health and safety standards.
This means that passengers arriving from these destinations will not have to go through the quarantine period, but must undergo PCR testing upon arrival at Abu Dhabi Airport.
So, as of July 13, who is on the green list…?
- Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region)
- new Zealand
- Republic of Ireland
- Saudi Arabia
- Taiwan Province of China
- United States
- Vatican City
If you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 (the last dose of vaccine was given at least 28 days before travel), you do not need to be quarantined when traveling between Abu Dhabi and the following countries: Bahrain, Greece, Serbia and Seychelles You
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