Abu Dhabi plans to reopen after lockdown pause and attract foreign tourists

Published on : Thursday, December 17, 2020

While the environment is optimistic about corona vaccine, Abu Dhabi is planning to reopen tourism after a prolonged pause of several months. It will soon reopen to attract foreign tourists and boost its economy through tourism. They have plans to reopen for international tourists by early January as it eases restrictive measures, looking to recover from the pandemic.

United Arab Emirates capital, will soon welcome tourists from safe countries as the list will be soon updated in two weeks according to an official at the Department of Culture and Tourism. The timeline for reopening may change, the official said. Travellers from other countries with a lower safety grade will be required to quarantine for 14 days.

The UAE registered a China-backed Covid-19 vaccine after finding it had an 86% efficacy rate, paving the way for a full public use and allowing for a reopening of the Gulf nation’s economy. With hope of the vaccine to be the game changer, Abu Dhabi will focus on working with the local authorities to resume all activities including economic, tourism and cultural operations.

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