Apart from India, the UAE has given this facility to the people of Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Uganda regarding visas. For the time being, due to the corona virus, only UAE citizens and those travelers who have to take another flight from there are allowed to come to the UAE.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has made a big announcement for Indian passport holders. Indian passport holders who have not been in the country for 14 days can get a United Arab Emirates (UAE) tourist visa. Due to the corona virus epidemic, the UAE had long banned the arrival of people from many countries including India in its country.
Citizens of these countries will get this facility
According to the news of ‘Gulf News’, apart from India, this facility has also been given to the people of Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Uganda. For the time being, due to the corona virus, only UAE citizens and those travelers who have to take another flight from there are allowed to come to the UAE.
UAE easing arrival conditions
The UAE is gradually easing the arrival conditions. Under the new announcement, tourist visas have been approved for those Indian passport holders who have not been in the country for the last fortnight. All air travelers will be required to undergo RT-PCR test on arrival in UAE and on the ninth day of arrival.
People from Pakistan are also allowed to come
Meanwhile, the UAE has said that it will allow passengers from Pakistani airports, Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore. Earlier, passengers from Pakistan were allowed to take another flight from UAE airports. According to the John Hopkins University of America, so far 7,08,302 cases of corona virus have been reported in the UAE and 2,018 people have died.
Heavy fine for breaking quarantine rules
In the updated list of fines in the UAE, breaking the quarantine rules can lead to fines ranging from Dh1,000 to Dh50,000, or up to Rs 10 lakh. Explain that 1 dirham is equal to 20.23 rupees. Non-compliance with safety rules such as use of masks, social distancing, spreading fake news or rumors related to corona and non-compliance with vehicle capacity rules may also attract heavy fines.
appeal to follow the rules
UAE Attorney General Dr Hamad Saif Al Shamsi released the list of fines on different rules on Saturday 21 August. He has urged the citizens to follow the law and follow the rules related to corona for the safety of themselves and others. According to the list, violations of quarantine rules can attract a fine ranging from Dh20,000 to Dh50,000.