Turkmenistan is once again included in Abu Dhabi's Green List for Tourists, The National reports with reference to the Visit Abu Dhabi website.
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi has canceled the mandatory quarantine for those who come to the capital of the UAE from 80 states included in the green list from October 8.
Passengers arriving from these destinations will be exempted from mandatory quarantine measures upon landing in Abu Dhabi and will only have to undergo PCR testing upon arrival at the local airport. Vaccinated travelers will have to take another PCR test on the 6th day of their stay. Unvaccinated citizens and residents arriving in Abu Dhabi from Green List destinations must pass the PCR test three times: upon arrival, on the sixth and 12th days.
The Green List applies only to the locations from which passengers arrived in the UAE, not citizenship.
For those arriving from other countries not included in the "green" list, in addition to the PCR test, it is necessary to undergo a mandatory 12-day quarantine.
In addition, the Ministry of Health and Prevention of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi has officially approved the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, now it is included in the list of vaccines with which entry is allowed. To enter, tourists need to fill out the Register Arrivals Form 48 hours in advance, to which the vaccination certificate is attached.