UAE’s important announcement regarding ‘Green Pass’

Dubai: The implementation of green pass in the facilities of Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SAH) has been postponed indefinitely.

According to media reports, a statement issued by the health ministry said that patients and visitors can enter the facilities and public places without a green pass.

Health Abu Dhabi is a UAE-based public health app that also runs the Code Nineteen facility in the UAE, aimed at keeping people safe during infectious diseases through the Code Nineteen vaccine and regular PCR.

The Green Pass, on the other hand, requires access to many other public places in Abu Dhabi, including malls, gyms, cinemas, leisure and entertainment venues, hotels, government departments, museums, cultural schools, theme parks and many restaurants. Cafes are included.

Also read: Abu Dhabi: Patients and caregivers visiting health facilities must do this

To maintain a green pass, individuals should be fully vaccinated and report a negative PCR every month. People who have not been vaccinated or who have a medical exemption for vaccination should be vaccinated every week. CR should be done, but children under the age of 16 do not need a green pass.

It should be noted that Abu Dhabi Health Services Company announced yesterday that patients or caregivers over the age of 16 must have a green pass on the “Al-Hassan” application to visit health centers and health facilities. ۔


Read Also:  Argentina's Economy in Crisis: 5.1% GDP Drop and 14 Million Unemployed

Recent Articles

Related News

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here