Abu Dhabi issued a new travel guideline for international travelers to the Emirate amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, international travelers have to disclose the date of entry into the country at designated checkpoints and to follow approved guidelines:
Those travelers who live with others may be asked to quarantine in a hotel or accommodation provided by authorities for 14 days. Families traveling together may stay fo quarantine period together. All the strict measures are taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and failure to adhere to these regulations will result in penalties.
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