The Committee for the Management of Emergencies, Crises and Disasters caused by the Corona pandemic in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi announced the adoption of updated procedures to enter the emirate, starting from Monday, July 19, and the procedures will be applied to all vaccinated and non-vaccinated citizens and residents, and fines will be imposed on those who fail to conduct the necessary examinations.
She stressed that these measures come within the framework of proactive efforts and precautionary measures to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus mutants and to ensure the continuity of examinations.
The committee approved allowing entry to the emirate within 48 hours of receiving a negative result of the nasal swab examination (PCR), and within 24 hours of receiving a negative result of the examination (DPI).
Persons who entered the emirate with a PCR examination must perform a PCR examination on the fourth day of entry in the case of residence for 4 consecutive days or more, in addition to the PCR examination on the eighth day of entry in the event of a stay of 8 consecutive days or more.
Persons who entered the emirate with a DPI examination are required to perform a PCR examination on the third day of entry in the event of a stay of 48 hours or more, in addition to a PCR examination on the seventh day of entry in the event of a stay of 7 consecutive days or more. .
The committee confirmed that the DPI test cannot be used to enter Abu Dhabi for consecutive times.
It is worth noting that the previously approved protocol exempted the vaccinators and participants in the experiments, whose knowledge of “star or E” in the application of “Al-Hosn” is apparent at the time of entering the emirate, from examination on the fourth and eighth days.