Dubai’s World Expo won’t be required to provide Covid vaccination certificates or get tested to enter one of the world’s biggest in-person events since the pandemic began.
The exhibition, expected to attract 25 million visits over six months, will though mostly require people to keep their masks on and respect social distancing rules, an Expo spokesperson told Bloomberg News. “While vaccination is encouraged, visitors to Expo are not currently required to provide proof of immunization or a negative PCR test," the spokesperson said. “However, we will continue to monitor and adjust these measures as necessary as the situation evolves." Dubai, the business hub of the United Arab Emirates, is keen to show it’s up and running, after the