No vaccination or test proof required to enter Dubai Expo

Dubai Expo

According to a spokesperson, guests to the Dubai World Expo, which is estimated to attract 25 million visitors over the course of six months, will not be required to submit coronavirus vaccination certificates or COVID-19 tests.
Visitors to Dubai’s World Expo will not be required to show proof of Covid vaccination or be tested in order to enter one of the world’s largest in-person events since the outbreak began.
The exhibition, which is anticipated to draw 25 million visitors over the course of six months, will largely require visitors to keep their masks on and follow social distance norms, according to an Expo representative.
While vaccination is recommended, attendees to Expo are not required to show proof of immunization or a negative PCR test at this time, according to the spokeswoman. “However, as the situation evolves, we will continue to monitor and alter these steps as needed.”
Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ business capital, is eager to demonstrate that it is back in business after the pandemic wreaked havoc on an economy based on worldwide trade and finance. All travellers are welcome in the UAE as long as they have a negative virus test, with some being allowed to test after landing in Dubai. They are required to sequester themselves until their results are received.
According to Bloomberg’s Vaccine Tracker, it has implemented one of the world’s fastest vaccination programmes. Since late August, the number of daily cases in the country has been below 1,000.
Dubai’s Expo approach differs from that of other countries such as the United Kingdom, which has proposed requiring vaccine passports to enter large venues, and France, where the constitutional court backed Emmanuel Macron’s decision to require proof of vaccination or a negative test in order to eat out or travel.
Some public locations in Abu Dhabi, another of the UAE’s emirates, are only accessible to individuals who have been vaccinated. Since coming out of lockdown more than a year ago, Dubai has remained mainly open.


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