UAE and Serbia set up quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated people
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UAE and Serbia set up quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated people

UAE and Serbia set up quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated people

Citizens and expatriate residents who want to benefit from the exemption will need to show evidence confirming they have received the last shot of the Covid-19 vaccine

The UAE and Serbia signed an agreement to establish a quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated people.

The move will ease the travel of those holding vaccination certificates issued by health authorities in the two countries as of May 15, without the need to apply health quarantine requirements upon arrival, official news agency WAM reported.

Citizens and expatriate residents who want to benefit from the quarantine exemption will need to show evidence confirming they have received the last shot of the Covid-19 vaccine, according to the approved applications or certificates issued by their health authorities.

Passengers can also present the results of the laboratory examination / PCR test through these applications.

However, visitors will need to abide by the other precautionary measures to ensure safe travel for all.

The move comes as part of a joint UAE-Serbian cooperation and coordination agreement to press ahead with measures aimed at recovery from the fallout of Covid-19.

It also “reflects the determination of the leadership of both countries to ease the movement of people and achieve the desired goals of the vaccination campaigns rolled out to ensure the inoculation of all eligible community members”, the report added.

The UAE signed a similar “safe travel corridor” agreement with Bahrain earlier this week.

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

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