The United Arab Emirates said on Friday it was in talks with Denmark after the Nordic nation briefly ended all flights showing up from the Gulf Arab express, a significant travel center, due to possibly problematic Covid tests in Dubai.
Denmark’s vehicle service said the five-day travel limitations, comes after concerns were raised about the Covid tests managed in Dubai before takeoff. It added it had taken the choice after a point by point hint, without expounding.
“All authorize UAE testing focuses are routinely dependent upon exacting quality checks,” the UAE unfamiliar service stated, adding there are serious punishments for rebelliousness with global principles to guarantee the most significant level of value in testing.
The assertion said the UAE was speaking with Danish specialists “to explain the subtleties and cases” behind the choice to ensure the security, everything being equal.
Denmark recently made it compulsory for voyagers to show a negative test from the past 24 hours before takeoff towards Denmark from all nations.
Late on Friday, Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said on Twitter 50 people with COVID-19 had flown in from Dubai in January alone. 33 of those showed up after Denmark made it required to test negative for COVID-19 preceding flight.
A few Danish VIPs, including previous footballer Nicklas Bendtner, were condemned recently after Danish media detailed they had headed out to local the travel industry center Dubai on vacation in spite of the public authority exhorting against traveling to another country to restrict the spread of the Covid.