The decision to exclusively enter a number of public places in Abu Dhabi for restaurants, including citizens, residents and tourists, approved by the Committee for the Management of Emergencies, Crises and Disasters caused by the Corona pandemic in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, will enter into force today, Friday.
The Emergency Management Committee in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi has adopted a mechanism for entering public places, as it will be allowed to enter the public places specified by the decision for the restaurant whose description appears in the Al-Hosn application in green, which requires a nasal swab examination (PCR) every 30 days, and entry is allowed for the exempted from the vaccination whose character appears In the Al-Hosn application in green, which requires a nasal swab examination (PCR) every seven days, and children under 16 years of age are allowed to enter, whose characteristics appear in the Green Al-Hosn application without examination.
The approved mechanism also stipulates that non-vaccinated people will not be allowed to enter the public places specified in the decision, and for everyone whose description appears in the application of the fort in gray, which reflects the expiration of the expiry date of the nasal swab examination (PCR).
The mechanism for entering public places applies to visitors and tourists in the emirate, who must follow the protocol for coming from outside the country.
The committee also announced that the holder of the new residence, who is not vaccinated, will be treated as an exemption from vaccination, and will be given a period of 60 days to receive the vaccination.
In order to maintain the classification of “vaccinator” on the application of Al-Hosn, the committee clarified that the vaccinators must obtain the stimulating dose of the vaccine six months after receiving the second dose, according to the medical protocol approved for each vaccine, provided that more than six months have passed since the second dose. A 30-day deadline, until September 20, before the color of its coding on the Fortress app turns gray, and excludes from this decision participating in the clinical trials of the “Covid-19” vaccine.
Last June, the committee announced that public places restricted to restaurants include shopping centers, restaurants, cafes and shops outside shopping centers, such as stores selling food, beverages and goods, and providing services in all its forms, as well as halls, sports activities, clubs, health resorts, museums and cultural centers. , entertainment centers and cities, in addition to universities, institutes, public and private schools, and nurseries in the emirate.
The committee confirmed that the decision comes within the proactive measures put in place by the emirate to contain the spread of the virus in its mutated versions, and stressed the importance of everyone’s commitment to precautionary measures, while receiving the vaccine, as vaccination is the best way for sustainable recovery.
• The owner of the new residence who is not vaccinated is given a period of 60 days to receive the vaccine against “Corona”.