Abu Dhabi Will Restrict Unvaccinated People in Social Gathering
Restriction For Unvaccinated People In Abu Dhabi
UAE’s emirate, Abu Dhabi considering restrictions for unvaccinated inhabitants. What? Why? Even after such a smaller number of cases? Ok! Let’s find out!!
Abu Dhabi, the capital city and second most populous emirate of the United Arab Emirates is going to limit unvaccinated people in social gatherings. This new guideline will restrict entry to restaurants, shopping malls, cafes, and other places from the 15th of this month to those who recently tested negative for the coronavirus or have been vaccinated.
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This new set of rules were made late on Wednesday as the federation of seven emirates, UAE saw a huge spike in the number of daily covid infected cases over the past few weeks. The UAE recorded 2, 179 new positively infected cases on Wednesday, up from 1, 229 as logged on May 17, 2021.
Abu Dhabi’s media office said that the new restriction also applies to hotels, gyms, public parks, swimming pools, public and private beaches, entertainment centers, museums, theaters, game parlors, and other such facilities.
Tourists, as well as local visitors, need to prove that they are vaccinated or have recently tested negative; through the UAE’s COVID-19 app. The application is made to point out one’s earlier and upcoming testing reports additionally to vaccination status. The UAE’s covid-19 mobile application will show green if the individual has a negative report or has been vaccinated. The unvaccinated person will be required to test every three days to maintain their green status. If you belong to the fully vaccinated category, you will test yourself every 30 days.
The United Arab Emirates also announced last month that from June 6 attending live events and social gatherings; like bars, weddings would restrict those who can prove their vaccination.