Covid-19 Vaccination and Negative PCR Mandatory for Expo 2020 Entry

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 15 September 2021
Covid-19 Vaccination and Negative PCR Mandatory for Expo 2020 Entry
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Expo 2020 Dubai visitors aged 18 and above will be required to present proof of any vaccine recognized by their national government or a negative PCR test taken within the previous 72 hours.

Non-vaccinated ticket-holders who have not been tested within this period can test at the PCR testing facility adjacent to the Expo 2020 site.

On the Expo 2020 website, a network of testing centres across the city will be available and can be found.

The PCR test will be free of charge on presentation of any valid Expo 2020 ticket, alongside an Expo 1-Day or Multi-Day Pass.

Expo's robust safety plans include the mandatory vaccination of all Expo and International Participant staff, volunteers, contractors and service providers. On-site sanitisation stations, mandatory face-masks both indoors and outdoors, and a two-metre social distancing will be maintained at all times.

preparations to progress smoothly, and the enhanced requirements announced by Expo 2020 organisers today strengthen the Expo's goal of bringing everyone back together to join the making of a new world. In the face of the pandemic, our collective resolve for solidarity has only been strengthened as the UAE and all international participants have persevered in their commitment to realising a safe and meaningful World Expo."

Running from October 1, 2021 until March 31, 2022, Expo 2020 will invite everyone to join the making of a new world as visitors reconnect through a six-month celebration of creativity, innovation, human progress and culture.