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Kids under 12 don’t need to take Covid-19 test to enter Abu Dhabi – News

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Other UAE residents and visitors should have received a Covid-negative result 48 hours prior to their visit.

Children under 12 years of age don’t need to take a Covid-19 test to enter Abu Dhabi, Arabic media reported on Tuesday. Quoting the Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee for the Covid-19 Pandemic, Al Ittihad and Emarat Al Youm reported that a negative test result is mandatory for everyone else to go to the emirate.

As Khaleej Times reported on Monday, UAE residents and visitors should have received a Covid-negative result 48 hours prior to their visit.

Residents stuck outside Abu Dhabi plan to take Covid-19 tests to go home

Residents and visitors don’t need a movement permit to travel to the capital; they just need to show the test results via the AlHosn app or as a text message from any hospital or screening centre in the UAE affiliated to the National Screening Programme. Earlier, they needed to take a permit from the Abu Dhabi Police website.





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