CAIRO - The United Arab Emirates announced on Monday that citizens and residents are allowed to travel to specific destinations as of June 23, state news agency (WAM) reported.
A list of the destinations, the groups authorized to travel, and the procedures that must be adhered to before, during, and after returning from travel for citizens and residents will be announced later, WAM reported.
The government has suspended Commercial passenger flights in and out of the UAE since March 24 as part of several measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic during which cargo and repatriation flights have been operating.
The UAE imposed a 14-day quarantine period on all travellers arriving to the Gulf state.
The country's infection tally has reached 42,636 with total recoveries at 28,129 and 291 deaths from COVID-19 as of Monday.