Those preparing for trips abroad are advised to fly only 14 days after receiving the second dose of the vaccine.
The Dubai Supreme Crisis and Disaster Management Committee has encouraged citizens and residents of the country to get fully immunized before traveling abroad.
As the holiday season approaches, the committee urged citizens and residents planning to travel overseas to begin their overseas trips just 14 days after receiving the second dose of the vaccine. which gives the body enough time to maximize its immunity.
The committee advised people to be extremely careful when traveling abroad and to avoid visiting places that are experiencing a severe Covid-19 outbreak and also urged them to fully understand and fully follow the protocols. of their countries of destination to avoid the risk of infection.
Adherence to meticulous hygiene and strict precautionary measures, including social distancing and wearing a mask when traveling and staying in public places, are essential to minimize the risk of infection, he said. highlighted.
Avoiding overcrowded areas and potential exposure to infected people is also essential to ensure the lowest possible risk of infection, the committee added.
Despite the current global situation, Dubai continues to be at the forefront of cities maintaining the highest levels of pandemic protection. The city has one of the most rigorous precautionary protocol regimes in the world, enabling it to provide exceptional safety benchmarks for the benefit of citizens, residents and visitors.