Armenia Becomes Quarantine Hub for Hundreds of Indians Returning to the UAE

Armenia has turned into a sought-after quarantine centre for hundreds of Indian travellers serving Covid-19 regulations before they are cleared to enter the UAE.Indians trying to get back to their jobs, businesses and family are taking long routes back to the Emirates.They spend two weeks quarantine in countries from where travel to the UAE is considered safe during movement restrictions to control the spread of Covid-19 variants.Travellers say Armenia – one of the most affordable places within a three-hour flight of Dubai and Abu Dhabi – replaced the Maldives as a popular quarantine spot after the resort islands banned the entry of passengers from India last month.People spend a little over Dh4,000 on flights, accommodation and food in Armenia.They post information on Facebook and WhatsApp groups to help with information on the routes they took.To read the full story, check out the article in the National News.

https://www.thenationalnews.com/uae/transport/armenia-becomes-quarantine-hub-for-hundreds-of-indians-returning-to-the-uae-1.1234028

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