A view of Abu Dhabi.
PHOTO BY EXPAT MEDIA
DUBAI – Starting on Tuesday (June 15) residents must have a green pass on their Alhosn app to enter malls and most public places in Abu Dhabi.
Authorities said the rule will apply to those aged 16 and above who want to visit public places like malls, cinemas, hotels, restaurants, hypermarkets, gyms, public parks and beaches, swimming pools, entertainment centres, museums, and cafes.
The green pass is one of three colour codes reflected on the Alhosn app based on an individual’s Covid-19 vaccination status and PCR test result.
Grey indicates that the PCR validity has ended, while red means the individual tested positive for Covid-19.
Preparations are reportedly underway to ensure that the new requirement for a green pass in public places is implemented according to government directives.
The new Covid-19 protocols are in accordance with government guidelines to ensure public safety, authorities said. Expat Media
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