The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has lifted restrictions on travelers from six different countries, including Nepal and India. Because of the global pandemic of Covid-19 infection, travel to and from the UAE was banned.
Nepal, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and Uganda are among the six countries lifted travel bans. The UAE’s National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) said in a tweet.
#NCEMA and Civil Aviation: Entry to the UAE will be allowed for some categories of passengers from countries, from where inbound flights to the Emirates have been banned. #TogetherWeRecover https://t.co/uvqhZXyKLy pic.twitter.com/I5cgoDbrrC— NCEMA UAE (@NCEMAUAE) August 3, 2021
Doctors, nurses, and non-vaccinated technicians working in the country are not included in this group. The UAE is a major transit hub for travelers, connecting the United States, Europe, and Africa, but has been temporarily closed for months due to the covid epidemic.