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COVID-19 test locations

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Test locations for passengers departing from Dubai

Antigen testing process at Dubai International Airport ''Terminal 3''

• Passengers are advised to arrive at Dubai International airport 4 hours before departure. 

• Rapid antigen test will be done at ‘’ the food court beside Costa Coffee’’ , Departure level, Terminal 3. 

• For Transit passengers, proceeds to gate B05 in Terminal 3, where the Antigen test takes place. 

• A document explaining the Antigen testing process will be provided to the customer. 

• The test process and the results shall take 15 minutes. Longer waiting time might occur. 

• Cost of the test is AED 150 per person and is to be settled at the testing location + a certificate of the test result will be provided. 

• Once tested negative and the customer has their certificate in hand they may proceed to the departure gate as mentioned on the boarding pass. 

• Customer must keep the negative test result document until they have entered or have transited the Netherlands.

Important Notice:

Reference to the Directive issued by the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, UAE Citizens who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 are banned from travelling outside the UAE effective from 10th January 2022 until further notice. However, those who are fully vaccinated and administered the booster dose are allowed to travel outside the UAE.

The above-mentioned decision, does not apply to the following, subject to obtain approvals from the concerned authority:

a. Individuals medically exempted from taking the vaccine

b. Humanitarian Cases

c. Individuals traveling for medical and/or treatment purposes