Pakistani passengers have been stopped from entering the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after undergoing the coronavirus rapid antigen test (RAT).
As per details, The UAE authorities have also restricted Pakistani travelers to travel to Dubai even after undergoing coronavirus rapid antigen test (RAT).
The Pakistani passengers had been availing the coronavirus RAT facility for entering UAE while travelling via Air Arabia.
The airlines of UAE following the travel restrictions of the authorities rejected to issue boarding passes to the passengers without conducting rapid Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests.
Hundreds of travelers from Pakistan have been offloaded from UAE flights due to the non-availability of rapid PCR tests, The UAE imposed a complete ban on the entry of the travelers from coronavirus high-risk countries without rapid PCR test, whereas, the citizens of non-high-risk countries were allowed to enter the UAE with the coronavirus tests conducted 48 hours prior to the departure.
On the other hand, The citizens of non-high-risk countries will have to undergo PCR and rapid PCR tests while they will not be allowed to stay in UAE for not more than 14 days.
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