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Arrivals in UAE are Required to Remain in Quarantine for 14 Days

Arrivals in UAE are Required to Remain in Quarantine for 14 Days - Coming Soon in UAE
18 March 2020

Due to the danger associated with the spread of coronavirus, new measures have been put in place – now everyone who enters the territory of UAE is obliged to remain in quarantine for 14 days in self-isolation.

Such measures are necessary so that possible carriers of the dangerous virus, which is spreading rapidly around the world, do not transmit it further. At the moment, it is known that the carrier of the disease may not feel any symptoms, so the rule applies to absolutely everyone entering the country.

After crossing the border, any person is obliged to remain in isolation at home. Leaving the house or violating the quarantine in another way will be regarded as disobedience to the orders of the authorities. People arriving in the country should remember that if they do not comply with the restrictions, they can jeopardize the lives of others and accelerate the spread of the virus.

According to a statement by the UAE Attorney General, Dr. Hamad Saif Al-Shamsi, published by Emirates News Agency, those individuals and companies that impede government action to contain the COVID-19 virus will be punished by law.

The rule entered into force immediately after publication on March 18, the final term of its validity is not yet known.

Such measures were taken in addition to the existing regulations – the UAE will stop issuing any type of visa (including visas on arrival) from March 19, also from March 18, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation banned UAE citizens from traveling abroad in the near future.

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