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Reuters: Tourists Flock to Dubai to Enjoy its Magical Landmarks

In the current epidemic of the mutant “Omicron” virus, the latest mutated strain of “Corona,” Dubai is one of the few worldwide tourism centers that is still open to travelers, according to Reuters.

Travelers continue to flock to Dubai in spite of global concerns over the pandemic, according to a new report from the agency. Tourists still admire the city’s beautiful hotels and opulence, he explained.

Even with travel restrictions in place in the majority of nations at the time, Dubai managed to draw in 5.5 million tourists last year, according to government figures. Official data for the current year was also referenced in the paper, which showed that Dubai had received 4.88 million visitors as of the end of October last year.

“I am slightly afraid,” said Livia Feiho, a 24-year-old Brazilian woman who visited “Expo 2020 Dubai,” “but I received a booster dosage of anti-vaccines, as well as about me always wearing a mask, so I think I’ll be alright.”

That’s all it took to get into Dubai for Czech tourist Gabriela Borova: A polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, she said. It’s possible for Yvette Dedivi, a Togolese tourist, to continue to enjoy herself in Dubai, despite the current threat.

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