For vaccinated travellers, a secure travel corridor has been developed between the UAE and Bahrain. This will allow them to fly between the two countries beginning Eid Al-Fitr, (May 13).
When they arrive in their respective countries, the travellers will not be subjected to quarantine. Visitors must follow the COVID-19 precautionary measures implemented at the destination, which are revised on a regular basis to ensure and make travel under current conditions safer and more secure for all.
Vaccinated Residents Traveling Between UAE and Bahrain to be Exempt from Quarantine Starting Eid Al-Fitr
As a result, people and residents in both countries who wish to benefit from the exemption from precautionary quarantine will be required to demonstrate that they have received the most recent dose of Coronavirus vaccine, according to the accepted applications or certificates provided by both sides, which include the “AlHosn” application in the UAE and the “BeAware” application in Bahrain, the Khaleej Times reported.
Passengers can present their (PCR) results via said applications if they are required upon arrival in accordance with the approved precautionary measures.
This comes to affirm the keenness of the two countries to promote the movement of individuals and achieve the desired goals of vaccination campaigns for various groups of society, which led to achieving advanced rates globally in the percentage of those who have received the vaccine in a manner that guarantees the protection and health of society and limits the spread of the virus.
This strategic collaboration and cooperation between the two countries are critical in light of the threats that the world faces as a result of the Coronavirus, and it supports the two countries’ efforts to address and overcome the pandemic.
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