The Dubai government has announced the resumption of tourism from July 7. Like many other countries in the world, tourists were banned in Dubai due to the coronavirus.
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However, after easing the lockdown, the Dubai government has now allowed tourists to come. According to the Dubai government, tourists will be able to come to Dubai from July 7 and will have to submit a negative report of their corona test. However, in the case of symptoms, the tourist has to be quarantined for 14 days.
In addition, the Dubai government has made international health insurance mandatory for tourists. According to the Dubai government, permanent residents of the UAE can also return to the UAE from June 22, and UAE permanent residents can travel internationally from June 23. The Dubai government has instructed that all tourists and passengers must strictly adhere to safety measures.
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