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Abu Dhabi restricts entry: Green Pass is required for all residents
Abu Dhabi’s Committee for Emergencies, Crises and Disasters has approved the use of the green pass in the Alhosn app, based on the emirate’s four-pronged # Covid_19 strategy focused on vaccination, active contract tracking, safe entry and preventive action.
IN The use of the green pass process is exclusively for the safe entry of shopping malls, supermarkets, gyms, hotels and on-site facilities, public parks, beaches, swimming pools, entertainment venues, cinemas, museums, restaurants and cafes from Tuesday 15 June 2021, according to data Media Office Abu Dhabi.
The new Green Pass has been approved by Abu Dhabi and will go into effect for everyone over 16 in the capital next Tuesday.
The committee refined that these procedures complement existing and approved procedures for activities in vital sectors and apply to persons aged 16 and over
Who gets the green pass?
Category 1: For those vaccinated who received a second dose at least 28 days ago or are participating in a vaccine trial by volunteers, if the PCR test is negative, the Alhosn status will be displayed in green for 30 days, and an active icon (letter E or gold star) will be displayed in for seven days.
Category 2: For those who received the second dose less than 28 days before, if the PCR test is negative, the Alhosn status will be displayed in green for 14 days.
Category 3: For those who have received their first dose and are awaiting a second dose, if the PCR test is negative, the Alhosn status will display green for seven days.
Category 4: For those who received their first dose and are 48 days or more late for their second dose, if the PCR test is negative, the Alhosn status will be displayed in green for three days.
Category 5: For those with vaccine exclusion certificates in accordance with approved procedures, if the PCR test is negative, the Alhosn status will display green for seven days.
Category 6: For those who are not vaccinated and not exempt from vaccination, if the PCR result is negative, the Alhosn status will be displayed in green for three days.
For all categories, the Alhosn status will turn gray when the corresponding PCR test expires. The status will turn red if the test result is positive and normal approved procedures need to be followed.
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