Abu Dhabi visitors no longer need a Green Pass to enter public spaces, according to COVID travel updates

Posted by Team on: Nov 18, 2022

There will be a relaxation of COVID-19 regulations, according to the Department of Culture and Tourism in Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi). 

The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) is no longer required for visitors to register their vaccination status prior to arrival, and visitors will no longer require Green Pass status on the Al Hosn app to access Abu Dhabi's attractions and experiences, including malls, hotels, restaurants, and theme parks.

In addition, mask use was made optional as the nation moved closer to removing COVID-19 limitations. In addition, residents are no longer obliged to perform a monthly PCR test in order to keep the Al Hosn app's colour green, aside from tourists. 

According to reports, the aforementioned app would now only provide documentation of immunisation and test results from within and outside the nation upon request.

According to reports, the most recent development is in line with the most recent Abu Dhabi campaign, Experience Abu Dhabi, which was just introduced. Discover the Emirate at your own pace and in your own way with the help of Find Your Pace, a brand-new campaign that promotes numerous initiatives designed to uplift, excite, and restore individuals. Safety, however, will always come first, and anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 will have to isolate for five days.