Coronavirus live: Dubai to allow residents to travel abroad, as it prepares to open up for tourism

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Citizens and residents can travel to any foreign destination from Tuesday, June 23

The UAE Air Force's aerobatic display team, Al Fursan, flies over Sheikh Khalifa Medical City. The display is part of an initiative by the General Command of the UAE Armed Forces to show appreciation for the nation's medical teams and staff at a number of hospitals. Victor Besa / The National

A healthcare worker from Sheikh Khalifa Medical City holds up a Hero poster of Dr. Salah. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Security workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Dr. Fatema Al Kaabi waves the UAE flag during the Al Fursan display. Victor Besa / The National

Healthcare workers wave the UAE flag during the display. Victor Besa / The National

Children wave the UAE flag during the Al Fursan display. Victor Besa / The National

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June 21, 2020

June 21, 2020

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Dubai's Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announced a raft of measures on Sunday night to allow citizens and residents to travel abroad, tourists to visit the emirate and for more Dubai residents to return from overseas.

It was also revealed on Sunday that a major Covid-19 screening campaign in Abu Dhabi has helped drive infection rates below one per cent of those tested in the city, officials confirmed.

More than 380,000 people across the capital have been tested during the National Screening Programme so far this month.

Earlier, the UAE authorities announced a further 392 cases of coronavirus, taking the total number of infections in the country to 44,925. Globally, there have been 8.7 million cases, causing more than 463,000 fatalities.

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Updated: June 21, 2020 09:30 PM

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