Abu Dhabi – After greater than two-and-half years of Covid-19 preventive measures, social distancing tips and strict face masks guidelines, the UAE, on September 28, lastly removed its obligatory masks necessities in practically all public and indoor areas.
Following the announcement by the Nationwide Emergency Disaster and Catastrophe Administration Authority (NCEMA), the Dubai Airports made mask-wearing as non-obligatory for passengers at Dubai Worldwide (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC).
Now, Abu Dhabi Worldwide Airport has additionally introduced that sporting a masks is non-obligatory for all passengers travelling via the airport. The authority will proceed adhering to Covid-19 precautionary measures, together with social distancing, sterilisation and preventive tips.
In line with the Airport, it’s as much as the airways to specify non-obligatory or obligatory masks sporting on the plane. Earlier, all UAE-based airways have confirmed that masks should not obligatory for passengers on board.
Nevertheless, Etihad Airways stated masks would solely be required for passengers flying to China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Maldives, Philippines, South Korea, Seychelles or Canada.
Emirates and flydubai had additionally clarified that for passengers travelling from or transiting via the Dubai airports, the Covid security guidelines of their vacation spot would apply all through their journey. Which means that if the ultimate vacation spot requires masks to be worn, the airline will ask passengers to put on a face overlaying.
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