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DUBAI – Individuals applying for or renewing their UAE residency visa in Abu Dhabi must present a negative PCR test report before they can undergo a medical test, according to Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA).
The new rule in Abu Dhabi comes into effect starting Monday (June 7).
According to SEHA, applicants visiting the Disease Prevention & Screening Centers should have a negative PCR test result on the Al Hosn app. The PCR test must be done within 72 hours prior to the medical test.
“All applicants…should have a negative Covid-19 nose swab result on Al Hosn app done within 72 hours,” according to SEHA’s Ambulatory Healthcare Services.
In Abu Dhabi, authorities have made it mandatory for anyone to present a Covid-19 negative result if they want to enter government offices, events and other public areas as part of efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus. ICA/Expat Media
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