Only those who have been vaccinated in public since August will have access: UAE – NEWS 360 – WORLD


Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is preparing to tighten controls as the world faces the threat of a third wave of Kovid. From August 20, only those who have received the Kovid vaccine will be allowed to enter public places. The Abu Dhabi Disaster Management Committee said the decision was part of public health concerns. The decision will be implemented after the vaccination of 93% of the vaccine priority list categories in the UAE. The vaccine will be mandatory if you want to enter shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, gyms, resorts, museums, cultural centers, theme parks, public and private schools, etc. This decision does not apply to vaccinated individuals or children under 15 years of age.