Home Covid-19 UAE, Bahrain added to UK travel corridor removing 14-day quarantine for travellers The move is hoped to boost tourism from the UK to the Emirates by Aarti Nagraj November 12, 2020 The UAE and Bahrain are among countries that have been added to the UK’s travel corridor, officials announced on Thursday. Travellers arriving from nine additional countries to the UK will no longer have to quarantine for two weeks. Taking to Twitter, UK Transport secretary Grant Shapps said: “Bahrain, Chile, Iceland, Cambodia, Laos, UAE, Qatar and Turks and Caicos islands have been added to the Travel Corridor list. If you arrive from these countries after 4am on Saturday 14 November you will NOT need to self-isolate.” Travel Corridor Update:BAHRAIN, CHILE, ICELAND, CAMBODIA, LAOS, UAE, QATAR and TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS have been ADDED to the #TravelCorridor list. If you arrive from these countries after 4am on Saturday 14th November you will NOT need to self-isolate. pic.twitter.com/wjw1JvUU8Q — Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP (@grantshapps) November 12, 2020 Mansoor Abulhoul, the UAE’s ambassador to the UK, welcomed the news saying it would boost tourism from the UK to the Emirates. “The announcement of a UAE-UK travel corridor today is brilliant news and a testament to the strength of the UAE-UK relationship. This lays a promising foundation for when normal international travel resumes,” he said on Twitter. “The UAE remains one of the safest places in the world against Covid-19 and continues to have one of the highest testing rates globally. Our hotels, restaurants and malls have been up and running since April and look forward to hosting many British visitors again soon.” The UAE-UK travel corridor announced today shows the strength of the British-Emirati relationship. This will lay the foundation for when normal international travel resumes. 🇦🇪 🇬🇧 https://t.co/zfU3AwdS1b — Mansoor Abulhoul (@MansoorAbulhoul) November 12, 2020 Tags tourism Travel Travel Corridor UAE UK 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Video: Dubai Customs seize over 663kgs of drugs including crystal meth, heroin, opium and cannabis GCC Covid-19 update: UAE reports 1,297 cases, 4 deaths Dubai’s Emirates processes 1.7 million refund requests; returns $1.7bn to customers What can the UAE and Bahrain do to attract Israeli travellers?