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Tour operators plan to start sending the Russians to Dubai in October

Dubai is now restaurants, bars, hotels (working with downloading 50 cent), beaches, shopping malls and other tourist facilities, visit the Emirate of guests from all countries, according to ATOR.

As told to Anna Yastrebova, a representative of the Department of tourism and Commerce marketing government of Dubai in Russia, no special exceptions, which can negatively concern Russia, were not introduced. Thus, the Russians, provided the resumption of flights will be able to enter the Emirate.

"We know that today between the governments of the UAE and Russia is the communication about the conditions and terms of opening of flights", — told Yastrebova. She also noted that the leading Russian tour operators have already pre-planned the beginning of their Charter programs in Dubai in October 2020.

However, according to the expert, for the entry of Russian tourists will need to meet a number of conditions. In particular, you must show a certificate with a negative result of PCR-trust COVID-19, issued not earlier than 96 hours prior to arrival in the Emirate. In addition, you need insurance with coverage of treatment for coronavirus.

On Board you will have to fill out the "health Declaration" form, which is issued on Board the aircraft. In the tourist indicates that he has no symptoms of the disease. Also will need to download to your smartphone a special application with geolocation feature to track the movement and operational communication with health facilities in case of illness.

If on arrival (at the airport) the passenger has symptoms similar to the symptoms COVID-19, he will have to undergo free testing at the airport. If the result is positive, such a tourist go to the clinic or the Observatory. Stay in the Observatory and the clinic should be covered, otherwise all expenses are paid by the guest.

Anna Yastrebova noted that during the quarantine in Dubai all objects of tourist infrastructure – hotels, restaurants, malls, beaches were repeatedly completely disinfected.