If you are looking to travel to the United Arab Emirates, including Dubai and Abu Dhabi, it is necessary to have the right health documentation. Medicspot offers Covid testing and fit to fly certificates, ensuring you are safe to travel from the UK to the UAE.
As of 8 November, holders of full British passports are free to travel to Dubai and will be granted a free of charge visitor/tourist visa upon arrival in Dubai. As of 24 December 2020, Abu Dhabi is also issuing visit and tourist visas.
However, as of 4 January 2021, the UK government has prohibited all international travel without a legally permitted reason for departure.
If you are travelling from the UK to Abu Dhabi you must undertake a negative Covid-19 PCR test 96 hours before travelling. You will also be required to undertake an additional Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival. Lastly, travellers entering Abu Dhabi are required to wear a government-provided wristband.
If you are travelling to Dubai from the UK then you can either provide evidence of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 96 hours of travelling or take a PCR test upon arrival at Dubai airport instead. Those being tested on arrival are required to self-isolate pending the result of the test.
If you are travelling from the UK to the UAE, a Covid test costs £149. This covers both the PCR test and a Fit to Fly certificate.
Yes. Medicspot tests and Fit to Fly certificates are recognised by both UAE airlines and the UAE government. This allows safe travel to Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
If your Covid-19 test is negative, Medicspot will provide you with negative test results as well as a Fit to Fly certificate. This documentation will be provided within the testing requirement window.
Travellers from the UK to Dubai or Abu Dhabi are required to take a negative PCR test 96 hours before their flight.
No, children under the age of 12 do not need to take a Covid-19 test in order to travel from the UK to the UAE. Those with severe and moderate disabilities are also exempt.
Potentially. If you are travelling to Abu Dhabi then you will be required to self-isolate for a minimum of 10 days. Depending on the length of your stay, you will be required to take up to two further Covid-19 PCR tests on day 6 and day 12.
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