Quarantine measures for Vaccinated Travelers arriving from overseas via Sri Lanka Tourism
We are happy to announce to you that Sri Lanka has relaxed the quarantine measures for Vaccinated travelers.
- A Negative PCR test is required within 92 hours prior to embarkation.
- Fully Vaccinated travelers should carry the original certificate/card (together with a certified copy of English language translation if the certificate/card is not in English).
- On arrival in Sri Lanka, each traveler should submit a Health Declaration Form at the Airport.
- On arrival PCR test will be conducted at the Level 1 hotel and travelers will have to remain in the room until they receive the results.
Guidelines when traveling to Maldives
Vaccinated Tourists & Non-Vaccinated Tourists
Effective 03 May 2021 All passengers traveling to the Maldives are required to hold a negative result for a nucleic acid test (PCR test) for COVID-19
For passengers holding Covid-19 Negative PCR Result
For Passengers who visit Maldives should carry Negative PCR Test with below Requirements
- Passengers travelling with PCR Test document must have the PCR Test be taken not more than 96 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure from the first port of embarkation en-route to the Maldives.
- lf the passenger makes a transit during the journey, the initial PCR Test will be valid if the transit does not exceed 24 hours.
- lf the passenger makes a transit exceeding 24 hours, the passenger must take a repeat PCR test within 96 hours prior to embarkation at the port of transit.
- The Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate and PCR Test result may be presented in paper or electronic form during airline check-in and if required at arrival
- The PCR test document containing the test result should state:
(a) Name of the passenger (name as in passport)
(b) Name and address of the testing laboratory
(c) Type of test stated as PCR test
(d) Date of sampling
:: Health Declaration Form for All Arrival & Departures
In accordance with health requirements, all travelers travelling to and from Maldives are required to submit a self-declarative health declaration within 24 hours prior to their travel.
Please visit this Link & Fill in Details as mentioned https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ethd/create
Guidelines when traveling to Dubai
All passengers who have travelled from or transited through India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the last 14 days will not be accepted for travel to or transfer through Dubai from any other point except for returning UAE nationals.
- A PCR test that is taken not more than 72 hours prior to departure from first port of embarkation.
- No PCR needed on arrival unless symptoms are shown. In the case of a positive test result, you will need to strictly comply with a 10-day isolation as instructed by the Dubai Health Authority.
- Ensure you have medical travel insurance with international coverage that covers COVID-19 before travelling.
- If you are travelling with Emirates airline or FlyDubai and have purchased your ticket after 1 December 2020, you will automatically benefit from additional multi-risk travel insurance provided by AIG Travel.