The UAE has changed its guidelines on international travel, with the government announcing Friday night that citizens and residents can travel if they adhere to precautions and measures imposed to fight coronavirus pandemic.
A government statement said passengers should complete UAE health precautions and preventive measures, and also any health requirements at the destination countries.
Citizens are still required to register with the My Presence service to enable communication with them during travel.
Passengers should test negative for coronavirus within 48 hours of the date of travel. Travel will only be allowed if passengers have insurance.
People above 70 years or with chronic health conditions are still advised to not travel.