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Coronavirus: UAE allows entry of GCC nationals, requires 14-day quarantine

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The United Arab Emirates will allow GCC nationals to enter the country starting Saturday, but they will be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, official WAM news agency reported.

Those coming into the UAE would undergo screenings and health checks and then must self-quarantine for 14-days.

The country on Wednesday banned its citizens from traveling abroad and had previously called for any residents traveling to return home. It advised a 14-day quarantine for anyone returning to the country.