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The Department of Civil Aviation in Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) stated that expatriate residents will be allowed to enter the emirate through Ras Al Khaimah International Airport from Oct.15, 2020, without obtaining prior permission, in line with the procedures and requirements adopted by the country that include undergoing medical testing and obtaining a negative result before returning within a period not exceeding 96 hours.
Travellers or their sponsors should cover the cost of another lab test or PCR test, as well as the cost of quarantine in the case of a positive result.
Tourists from all countries may also enter the UAE through Ras Al Khaimah International Airport, on condition that they fulfil all the requirements, such as reserving travel tickets and obtaining tourist medical insurance. Tourists are also required to undergo a PCR test four days before coming to the country, as well as fill in a medical disclosure form for submission to relevant authorities.
The quarantine procedures for tourists whose medical results are positive will be in line with the procedures adopted by the Ministry of Health and Prevention.
Emirati citizens and residents will be allowed to travel to any country according to the planned scheduled flights through Ras Al Khaimah International Airport and in line with relevant procedures applied by individual countries.
The UAE will today (Monday) start receiving residents with valid residence visas, who were stranded abroad due to coronavirus pandemic from various countries.
More than 2,700,000 tests for arrivals have been conducted since restarting flights. The total rate of positive results is 0.7%.
All residents are advised to conduct a CIVID-19 PCR test before flying to the UAE.
The visa is issued to all nationalities for a period of 5 years, without a guarantor, and allows the beneficiary to stay in the country for a continuous period not exceeding 90 days, and it may be extended for a longer period, provided that it does not exceed 180 days per year.
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