With the reopening of all business areas by Sharjah, tourists and visitors from all countries can now travel to Sharjah, provided all necessary entry requirements are met.

“All travelers must have international health insurance and a negative PCR test report no more than four days prior to their travel date. These must be presented at the time of entry. Upon arrival, they must undergo another PCR test.” said the Sharjah Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Committee.

Visitors must also fill out a health declaration and hand it over to the relevant authorities in the port. You must quarantine yourself in your hotel or place of residence until the results of the PCR test are available. Those who have an Emirates ID must download the Al Hosn app, which will monitor the isolation and quarantine of positive cases according to the procedures of the Department of Health and Prevention in the Community.

All travelers must disclose all medical symptoms and underlying medical conditions. You will also need to fill out the form provided by the airlines.

In the meantime, UAE citizens must notify the country’s embassies in case they develop Covid-19 symptoms abroad.

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