According to a report by the Russian Sputnik news agency on February 7, the Arab embassy said on Saturday that Denmark will resume inbound flights to the United Arab Emirates from February 7.
The embassy of the United Arab Emirates added that all passengers should present a nucleic acid negative test report within 24 hours before boarding the plane.
Passengers also need to be tested for nucleic acid after arrival and undergo 10 days of isolation.
The current regulations will continue until the end of February.
Denmark has temporarily suspended air traffic with the United Arab Emirates since January due to concerns about the importation of Variant viruses and the prevention of fake coronavirus tests.