Dubai World Trade Centre to Host the Ai Everything x Restart Dubai Summer Conference
On July 16, Dubai World Trade Centre celebrates the restart of events with live face-to-face conversations with the UAE’s most influential government and business leaders. The Ai Everything x Restart Dubai Summer Conference is set to celebrate the UAE’s resolute Artificial Intelligence efforts in this historic pandemic and the accelerated impetus to restart Dubai’s travel and tourism safely in the past weeks.
A line-up of influential leaders will share their profound reflections on this emerging reality, strategies and priorities for the anticipated economic resurgence. Speakers and participants are set to include: His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications; Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy, Minister of State for International Cooperation and Director General, Expo 2020 Dubai; His Excellency Mohammed Alabbar, Founder & Chairman, Emmar Properties and Founder & Director, Noon.com; Paul Griffith, CEO, Dubai Airports; and Jose Silva, CEO, Jumeirah Group.
The event will be delivered with strict standards of health and safety precautionary measures including temperature screening, social distancing, contactless transactions and general hygiene protocols.
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Procedures For International Tourists Arriving To Dubai
PCR tests are essential for anyone flying into Dubai and can be carried out shortly before flying in or upon arrival
Dubai has implemented a raft of comprehensive measures to ensure the safety of all visitors and residents in the city as it opens up for international tourism. Tourists are being given the option to show a negative PCR test (valid for 96 hours) upon their arrival to Dubai or carry out a free test at Dubai airports. Additionally, all travellers, including both tourists and returning residents, must:
- Adhere to all official measures and requirements established by the Dubai government and other countries before traveling and after returning to Dubai
- Disclose any symptoms before traveling by filling in the Health Declaration Form provided by airlines
- Ensure they have international health insurance coverage before traveling
- Residents and tourists will bear the costs of examination and treatment, in the event they are infected with COVID-19
- Register details in the COVID-19 DXB app
- Take precautionary measures and self-monitor for any symptoms of COVID19.
Find out more about the procedures for international visitors entering Dubai, visit https://www.visitdubai.com/en/articles/coronavirus-advisory
“We made you a promise that we would see you soon. That time has come. Dubai is ready for you to visit once again. Ready when you are…” Watch video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VySuvT6uG1w