Abu Dhabi: With more than 2,000 cases reported in the United Arab Emirates, the state of Abu Dhabi has imposed new restrictions on non-vaccinators, effective June 15.
According to media reports, the UAE state of Abu Dhabi has banned those who do not get the corona vaccine from entering shopping malls, restaurants, cafes and other public places.
Media outlets say restrictions will also be imposed on entry to parks, hotels, gyms, beaches, swimming pools, leisure centers, cinemas and museums.
According to the authorities, only those who have been vaccinated or who have tested negative for corona will be allowed to enter these places.
Those who visit all these places will have to prove that they have been vaccinated through the Corona app or have recently had a Corona test which turned out to be negative. Also, the date of the vaccination or test must be clear.
According to media reports, the corona is vaccinated on the mobile phone through the app or after the negative result of the test is clarified in green color. Those who have not been vaccinated should be tested every three days to maintain the green color on the app. Will be.
It may be recalled that the previous Emirati authorities had announced that from June 6, only those who will prove their vaccination will be allowed to attend weddings and social events.
It may be recalled that 2,179 new cases were recorded in the UAE yesterday while 1,229 cases were recorded on May 17.