UAE tourism hub Dubai will open for tourists on 7 July but with strict rules, The Independent reports. Dubai which was closed to travellers since 25 March has said travellers will be required to produce a medical certificate and undergo a mandatory PCR test at Dubai Airports. If someone tests positive for COVID-19 on arrival they will be taken to an isolation facility for 14 days at their own expense.
In case tourists want to go to the beach:
Beach-goers are required to maintain a distance of two metres between one another, along with their sun-beds, while there should be a gap of four metres between two groups of people and their sun-beds on the beach
UAE recorded over 44 000 COVID-19 cases, over 32 000 recoveries and 305 deaths since the onset of the outbreak.