COVID-19 tracking device must be worn by international arrivals to Abu Dhabi
DUBAI (UAE) – International passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi airport will now should wear a tracking device even as they complete a 14-day home quarantine due to COVID-19, according to state-owned Etihad Airways.
Those arriving at Abu Dhabi airport would have to wear a medically approved wristband, which would be removed after home quarantine, according to Etihad’s latest travel update.
A health ministry official on September 10 said 12% of coronavirus cases in the previous two weeks came from international arrivals.
The UAE has seen 82,568 infections and 402 deaths from COVID-19 so far.