The Emergency Crisis and Disaster Committee in Abu Dhabi updated the procedures for entering the capital of the United Arab Emirates for those inside the country.
The new measures will take effect from Sunday, January 17th.
The committee agreed to allow entry into the emirate within 48 hours of receiving a negative PCR / DPI test result. A PCR test is required on the fourth day of entry and on the eighth day.
"The procedures apply to all residents in the United Arab Emirates, except for those who were vaccinated in the national vaccination programs and volunteers in clinical trials of the vaccine in the third stage and whose status is active (the letter" E "or the golden star) on the Al Hosn app, Abu Dhabi Government Media The office said on Saturday.