COVID-19

Below is a list of frequently asked questions about Arab Health. Click on one of the questions to view the answer. Click on the arrow to get back to the list of questions.


What are the procedures to enter Dubai?

All visitors entering Dubai must take a PCR test up to a maximum of 72 hours prior to travelling and provide the negative PCR COVID-19 certificate which must be printed in English or Arabic no SMS or digital certificates will be accepted.
Ensure you have medical travel insurance with international coverage that covers COVID-19 before travelling. You will need to sign a declaration to bear all costs of quarantine and treatment and complete a Health Declaration Form before departure confirming you are not displaying any symptoms.

Click here to view the full PCR Testing Guide

Click here to the Travel Guide

What if I get sick at Arab Health?

If visitor tests positive for COVID-19  they must contact the Dubai Health Authority where they will be contacted for further action in compliance with the government procedures. Contact DHA

Will there be sanitisers available?

Sanitisers have been installed at key locations: at entrances to the premises, at entrances to halls and meeting rooms, in F&B outlets, in washrooms, within parking areas, in service yard restrooms and in all meeting rooms used for internal and external meetings.

What are the social distancing measures in place?

All our events will follow the Informa AllSecure guidelines.

There are several social distancing measures all over the venue from the car parks and taxi ranks to the main entrances, concourses, halls, and meeting rooms. Floor stickers in all common areas of the venue and digital screens to spread awareness of what the safety guidelines are going to be in place.

Are masks mandatory?

Yes, face masks are mandatory at all times by law

How often is the venue sanitised?

A full venue sanitisation will be conducted at the end of every event day.

If I am already vaccinated, will I need to take the PCR test?

Currently, negative PCR tests will still be required for all including those vaccinated coming into Dubai. Make sure to keep abreast of the UAE regulations as there will be updates closer to the show and this could change.

Are there any Covid-19 test centres closest to the Dubai World Trade Centre?

Medical Centre Name Location (Google Maps Link) Website
Dubai Festival City located at Festival City Mall, near Crescent Drive
 +971 4 260 8777
https://goo.gl/maps/y325UQAfoug2H7b47
(10-15 minutes away from venue)
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Port Rashid located at the main gate of Port Rashid (also called Mina Rashid)
 +971 800 1717
https://goo.gl/maps/b7zxcmbwYNPbMGPg7
(10-15 minutes away from venue)
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Prime Medical Center and Premier Diagnostic Center, Deira.
 +971 4 707 0999
https://goo.gl/maps/xa9ChctEUeq7JUR37
(10-15 minutes away from venue)
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Medcare Hospital, near Al Safa Park – Al Hadiqa Rd.
 +971 800 633 2273
https://g.page/Medcare-Hospital-Dubai?share
(10-15 minutes away from venue)
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Mediclinic Welcare Hospital, 2nd St – Garhoud
 +971 4 282 7788
https://goo.gl/maps/Scug4g4dz6WuuwHx8 
(10-15 minutes away from venue)
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Mediclinic Dubai Mall, Financial Center Rd.
 +971 4 449 5111
https://goo.gl/maps/q4zLf9MfhJcCkzgaA 
(5-10 minutes away from venue)
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Medeor Hospital 24×7, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, Bur Dubai.
 +971 800 900 600
https://goo.gl/maps/YY61ZrTE4ghRHyxcA 
(10 -15 minutes away from venue)
Click Here

For any further Covid-19 related guidelines, please visit the Dubai Tourism website. https://www.visitdubai.com/en/coronavirus-advisory

While all measures are in place to keep you safe, your participation at the event is at your own discretion and associated risks. Dubai World Trade Centre and Informa Middle East can assume no responsibility for any personal illness, injury, damages or losses resulting from your visit.