The newly launched Movement Permit page by the Abu Dhabi Police.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Abu Dhabi residents who wish to go out after 10pm will need to apply for a movement permit online, the Abu Dhabi Police announced on Monday (May 11).
The police said that movement permits will be required from those who need to go out to do essential work during the National Disinfection Programme between 10pm and 6am.
Expatmedia.net tried the new online form and found that the permit covers four destination types: supermarket, pharmacy, hospital and “other” for emergencies.
Unlike the Dubai movement permit, the Abu Dhabi permit covers up to five individuals under the Individuals Count entry. Applicants are also required to key in their vehicle information.
“Abu Dhabi Police emphasizes that permits must be used for the authorised period of time,” according to Abu Dhabi Police in a tweet by the Abu Dhabi Media Office. Violators will be fined, it added.
— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) May 10, 2020
Meanwhile, employees who are exempted from the curfew have been asked to provide their names and car number plates to the Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee to avoid being fined.
2. Type in your mobile number
3. Wait for OTP number to be sent to your mobile number (it might take a few minutes)
4. Enter the OTP pin
5. Fill in online form with the following details:
Destination: Choose between supermarket, pharmacy, hospital, other
Individuals count: Choose a number up to five
Start time and date
End time and date
6. Submit your application and wait for notification to be sent to your mobile number.
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