People allowed travel between Israel and UAE after vaccine
Moscow: People who have taken full doses of vaccine in Israel and the United Arab Emirates have been allowed to move between the two countries without quarantine.
Read This: Green Pass Scheme: India’s Warning To EU On Vaccine Validation
Israel’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, at a meeting in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, exchanged people who had received both doses of the Covid vaccine between the two countries. Have agreed to cooperate to be allowed to travel.
The ministry said, “The two sides decided to work together to allow people who have received both doses of the Covid vaccine against Corona to travel without quarantine between the two countries, while ensuring public health and safety.”
The two diplomats agreed that global cooperation is critical to overcoming the pandemic crisis and resolved to create a mutually acceptable mechanism to facilitate agreement while being aware of public health and safety.