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With India happening to be one among the most impacted countries of the globe due to coronavirus, several countries imposed a travel ban for the travellers coming from India. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) now lifted the travel ban for the transit travelers from India. With this move, there would be more flight services between India and Dubai. After the second wave of coronavirus calmed down, the first flight to Dubai left from Goa on Friday morning. IndiGo which happens to be the leading air flyer of India shared the schedule from Delhi NCR to Dubai. As of now, only the transit travelers and the residents of UAE are allowed to travel between India and Dubai.
The National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) announced the latest travel guidelines that are issued by the Dubai government. All the valid residents who received the full vaccination doses in UAE (14 days after the second dose) will be allowed to travel. All the travelers after reached Abu Dhabi have to undergo 10-day mandatory quarantine for sure. The travelers also should wear a medically approved tracking wristband during their quarantine period that is given by the airport authorities. The government of India is operating international flights through Vande Bharat mission. The government of UAE lifted travel ban for passengers coming from Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Uganda and Nigeria recently.
By Siva Kumar