Covid-19 Negative Test Report Needed To Depart From Sharjah And Abu Dhabi

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Sharjah

As per the directives from the Ministry of Health and Prevention of UAE all passengers departing from Abu Dhabi International Airport must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test report with a validity of not more than 96 hours from the time of departure.

Sharjah Airport has sent a notification to its travel partners, “As per the directives received from UAE Ministry of Health, with immediate effect, all passengers departing from Sharjah Airport are required to have Covid-19 negative PCR test with a validity of not more than 48 hours from the time of departure.”

“Airlines are required to collect the negative PCR test report at the check-in counter,” It added

Abu Dhabi

UAE’s flag carrier Etihad Airways on last Wednesday made the announcement on its website, “It is mandatory to have a Covid-19 PCR test before you fly with Etihad Airways, starting Sunday, August 16.”

It explained, “Your test can be carried out at any government accredited medical facility a maximum of 96-hours before your flight departure time.”

“You will only be permitted to fly if you have a negative Covid-19 PCR test issued by an approved clinic a maximum of 96 hours before your flight departure time. Remember to print your test results and keep them with you throughout your trip – you will be required to present your result for validation at check-in,” passengers were advised.

Air India Express has also issued a similar notice to its passengers departing from Abu Dhabi. It said, “Effective August 21, all passengers departing from Abu Dhabi Airport need Covid-19 negative test result within 96-hours of departure.”


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