New Covid-19 rules for Abu Dhabi nurseries starting July 1


DUBAI – Nurseries in Abu Dhabi will remain open instead of being shut down if there is only a single reported Covid-19 case, authorities announced.

The new rule will come into effect on July 1, which also mandates that the affected student or staff member, which comprises a bubble, stay home while the rest of the nursery remains open.

The area in which a positive case is detected will also be closed for 10 days.

The entire nursery will also be closed for 10 days if three or more people who have had close physical contact with each other are found positive of Covid-19.

Nurseries were among the first to be closed last March due to the pandemic. They were allowed to reopen in Abu Dhabi in late August. ICA/Expat Media 

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