Abu Dhabi Public Health Center is taking steps to curb the spread of Covid-19 virus.
Awareness notices will be posted by local health authorities at the entrance to residential residential units.
Abu Dhabi Public Health Center is taking steps to curb the spread of Covid-19 virus and raise public awareness of the importance of safe safety measures.
“In order to protect public health, maintain vigilance, and promote social justice, notices should be placed at the doors of all segregated settlements,” the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office said on its official twitter account.
This video message urged members of the public to behave responsibly and avoid the second wave of the disease.
“You have a responsibility and you must play your part in protecting yourself and your community,” the member said, adding: “Your health and safety is in your hands. We are committed to following all defensive measures to win Covid-19.”
Meanwhile, authorities announced on Thursday that people arriving in Abu Dhabi should undergo a mandatory Covid-19 PCR test and wear a hand-tracking belt during a 14-day detention period.
New guidelines released by Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Committee state that for people arriving around the world by plane or land, it is mandatory to have a Covid-19 PCR test within 96 hours before arriving in the UAE.
Upon arrival, all passengers must undergo a DTI test. No PCR tests will be performed. However, passengers are required to wait at the checkpoint until the test results are available.