Dubai, one of the most popular places in the Middle East, has eased the air travel restrictions for its tourists and residents. The city in the Middle East is open to tourists from July 7th.
"Tourists must present the current Covid 19 negative certificate or undergo tests at Dubai airports," said the Dubai Media Office on Sunday.
From Monday, the citizens of Dubai can return and the residents and citizens of Dubai can resume the outward journey, according to the media.
Dubai had placed a strict ban on the spread of coronavirus. The flagship airline Emirates had discontinued the passenger flight and the Dubai Expo 2020, which was due to start in October 2020, was postponed to 2021.
Despite the relaxation of travel restrictions, some movements in domestic traffic still have restrictions that will be lifted as soon as the case goes back.
To date, 50,000 cases with 302 deaths have been discovered, and Dubai has seen fewer cases in recent weeks due to stringent restrictions and government programs to restore the city. In addition, many tests are performed daily that show the downward trend of the cases.
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