#FCDO #Dubai travel update as #UAE clamps down on #covid test entry requirements

DUBAI holidays are normally excitedly anticipated at this time of year thanks to the glorious winter sun the United Arab Emirates (UAE) offers. In 2020, of course, the landscape of travel looks very different. The Foreign Office has now updated its travel advice for Dubai.

PUBLISHED: 17:48, Thu, Nov 5, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:50, Thu, Nov 5, 2020

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Dubai holidays offer plenty to enchant and entertain Britons come the winter months. Alas, getaways to the UAE are rather different this year. The country is not yet on the UK's travel corridor list and has strict entry requirements in place itself.

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Yesterday the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) updated its travel advice for Dubai and the UAE.

The update concerned the nation's strict entry rules around covid testing.

Providing proof that you don't have coronavirus is now imperative for those wishing to travel to Dubai.

What's more, it's vital travellers time their test correctly.

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dubai holidays uae united arab emirates fco travel advice covid test entry requirementsDubai holidays: The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) updated its travel advice (Image: Getty Images)

dubai holidays uae united arab emirates fco travel advice covid test entry requirementsDubai holidays: The update concerned the nation's strict entry rules around covid testing (Image: Getty Images)

Yesterday the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) updated its travel advice for Dubai and the UAE.

The update concerned the nation's strict entry rules around covid testing.

Providing proof that you don't have coronavirus is now imperative for those wishing to travel to Dubai.

What's more, it's vital travellers time their test correctly.

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