UAE, Bahrain establish ‘safe travel corridor’ for vaccinated travelers

Published: Updated:
Enable Read mode
100% Font Size

The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain established “a safe travel corridor” for those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, UAE state news agency (WAM) said on Monday citing a joint statement.

Read the latest updates in our dedicated coronavirus section.

Those who have been vaccinated will be free to travel between the two countries as of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr, by the end of this week, without having to quarantine on arrival but applying other precautionary measures adopted in the destination, the statement said.

Citizens and residents wishing to benefit from the exemption in both countries will be required to show that they have received a final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Read more:

Kuwait suspends travel from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka to contain COVID

Far-right using COVID-19 conspiracy theories to lure young supporters: UK police

India doctors warn of deadly rare fungal infection in COVID-19 patients

Top Content Trending