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Abu Dhabi cancels COVID-19 entry testing for UAE travellers

Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan speaks as he meets Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson at number 10 Downing Street in central London, on September 16, 2021. (Photo by HANNAH MCKAY / POOL / AFP)

DUBAI: Abu Dhabi will cancel COVID-19 testing requirements to enter the emirate for travellers from the UAE starting on Sunday, the United Arab Emirates' state news agency WAM said on Saturday.

The UAE's capital had restricted entry into the emirate to those with a negative PCR test. Earlier this month, Abu Dhabi removed the need to quarantine for all vaccinated travellers arriving from international destinations.

 

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