UAE To Require Attested Vaccine Certificates From Pakistani Travellers

  • Publish date: Thursday، 15 July 2021
UAE To Require Attested Vaccine Certificates From Pakistani Travellers
Related articles
Emirates Helps Last-Minute Planners
RTA to Use Artifical Intelligence to Improve Bus Services
Two GCC Based Airlines Named in The 20 Top Airlines in the World

According to a letter received by the General Consulate of Pakistan in Dubai, Pakistani passengers need an attested vaccination certificate if they’re flying into the UAE starting August 1.

Attestation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad would also be required.

“As per the recent instructions issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abu Dhabi, Government of UAE, that from August 1 2021, it is mandatory to carry UAE Embassy-attested vaccine certificates for Covid-19 issued by the National Database and Registration Authority along with Counselor Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Islamabad attestation before travelling to UAE,” the government letter said.

“Therefore, the embassy will appreciate if your esteemed office may inform all ministries of government of Pakistan, including diplomatic/official and ordinary passport holders at the earliest possible convenience.”

The UAE suspended flights from Pakistan since May 12 and no official confirmation has been given yet if inbound flights are resuming from August 1.

On the other hand, flights from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nigeria, South Africa, Afghanistan and Indonesia also remain banned by the UAE, as of now.