The high number of positive cases during rapid RT-PCR tests at Mangaluru International Airport has forced many travelers to postpone their journey. From August 18 to January 31, 51,429 have undergone the test and 412 have tested positive. Passengers are watching the positivity rate closely to plan their travel to Dubai closely.
When it comes to rapid RT-PCR testing, which is required for entrance into the UAE, the UAE has strict regulations. Before the third wave began in the middle of December, each aircraft destined for the UAE had roughly 1-2 positive cases, but today there are up to 7 positive cases on every trip. Travelers are compelled to reconsider their travel arrangements as a result.
Many Travelers traveling to the UAE had to return home and be quarantined after they tested positive for the virus. The bride-to-be, who was traveling for her marriage in Dubai with her parents, had to cancel her wedding after her parents tested positive. A traveler testing positive during the rapid RT-PCR test can travel again after a week of quarantine.