The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee has announced that it is working with local authorities to resume all economic, tourism, cultural and entertainment activities in the emirates before the end of 2020. It will reopen to tourism, including medical tourism.
Until then tourists, like residents, must follow the quarantine guidelines including self-isolation for 14 days, wearing an electronic bracelet and getting a second PCR test on the 12th day in the emirate. For tourists quarantining in hotels, the hotel is required to collect a signed copy of a Health Declaration form at check-in.
Abu Dhabi is increasingly popular as a destination for medical tourists, according to various local bodies, although actual figures are hard to source.