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Emirates to fly Filipinos holding UAE residence visas from Manila to Dubai this week

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May. 28, 20 | 11:45 am

Emirates is slated to facilitate the return of Filipinos with UAE residence visas to Dubai on May 30.

Passengers must secure an entry permit from the UAE authorities and other entry requirements of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.

The one-way flight, Flight EK335, is scheduled to depart Manila at 23:55 and arrive in Dubai at 04:45 the following day.

They must also obtain an entry permit online, prior to booking flights. Once approved, flight tickets can be booked on emirates.com, by emailing [email protected], or via travel agents.

Only passengers holding an entry permit from the UAE authorities will be allowed to board.

Passengers will be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine at the passengers’ own expense and a follow-up test before release.

Additional flights may be added starting from June 1, subject to approval by the Philippines authorities, Emirates said in a statement.

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Over 14k hotel rooms now available for OFWs headed to PH

Over 14k hotel rooms now available for OFWs headed to PH

The Philippines' Department of Tourism (DOT) has reported that 14,843 hotel rooms are now available for repatriated overseas Filipino workers as temporary quarantine facilities while they await the results of their COVID-19 tests. DOT stated that 150 hotels within the...

UAE police rescue people trapped by floods in Dubai and Sharjah

UAE police rescue people trapped by floods in Dubai and Sharjah

At least 27 people have been rescued by UAE police after heavy rains caused flooding in parts of Dubai and Sharjah on Tuesday evening. Hatta Police Station rescued 20 people who were trapped inside a bus swept away by floods in Hatta Valley. Colonel Mubarak Mubarak Al...

PH to raid illegal COVID-19 clinics

PH to raid illegal COVID-19 clinics

The Philippines' Department of Justice will be working with the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and Bureau of Immigration (BI) to locate illegal medical clinics in the country that have begun operations as makeshift treatment centres for the coronavirus disease...

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