Health UAE clarifies confusion on who can currently enter and...

UAE clarifies confusion on who can currently enter and exit the country


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With the temporary suspension on visa issuance and a surge of flight cancellation and suspension, UAE has clarified who can really enter and exit the country in midst of coronavirus outbreak.

See the infographics below:

The new rule has also kicked off yesterday.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has also added hotline numbers to help holders of valid residence visa abroad in case they have more questions or concerns.

Residents can call 0097124965228 or 0097192083344.

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