Unvaccinated people in Abu Dhabi to face new normsWednesday June 9, 2021 at 12:08 pm
Abu Dhabi from June 15 shall impose restriction on the entry to shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and other public forum. Such a regulation is also functional in case of gyms, hotels and their facilities, public parks, beaches, swimming pools, entertainment centres, cinemas and museums, as per media office of Abu Dhabi.
The second most populated emirates of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi shall start restricting the entry of people to shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and other public places from June 15 to those who haven’t received their vaccination yet or recently have recovered from the virus.
Such an announcement was made on Wednesday as the UAE, a federation of a cluster of seven emirates, has seen a massive increase in the number of positive cases over the last three weeks. The UAE that doesn’t give a breakdown for each emirate, registered 2,179 new positive cases on Wednesday, a number that increased from 1,229 on May 19.
The media office of Abu Dhabi stated that such a kind of norm is also applicable for gyms, hotels and their facilities, public parks, beaches, swimming pools, entertainment centres, cinemas and museums.
The visitors are required to give a proof that either they have received their vaccination or have recently tested Covid negative via Covid-19 app of the country. The Covid-19 app shall show the individual’s history regarding their tests and vaccination.
If the person is tested negative or has completed their vaccine, the mobile app shall show a green signal. In order to maintain the green status, the person who has not received the vaccine yet shall get himself/herself tested every after three days. But in case of a fully vaccinated person, the same procedure must be done every after 30 days.
In the previous month, the UAE made it clear that from June 6 only the fully vaccinated people can have an entry into live events and social activities that includes marriage ceremonies and bars.