UAE residents returning home will be severely punished if they violate the isolation regulations
According to local media reports in the UAE on the 16th, if UAE residents return to the UAE and fail to comply with the relevant isolation regulations, they will be fined AED 50,000 (approximately RMB 95,500).
As the UAE relaxes air controls, countries including Emirates Airlines and Etihad Airlines Multiple airlines are expected to operate more than 60 destination routes from August 1.
In this regard, the UAE Emergency Crisis and Disaster Authority stated that when residents return to the UAE from their travel destinations, they must strictly abide by the relevant isolation regulations. Depending on the degree of the epidemic risk in the destination country and region, the residence time of residents at home ranges from 7 days to 14 days. The relevant costs are borne by individuals, and in certain cases, the companies that hire these residents bear the costs of testing and isolation.
△The picture is from the UAE health department
The isolation regulations apply All inbound residents, regardless of whether they hold a new crest virus negative certificate. According to UAE law, if a resident violates the relevant quarantine regulations, he will be fined 50,000 dirhams. (Headquarters reporter Zhou Xuan)
(Editor Feng Shu Qi)