Abu Dhabi has confirmed that a ‘green pass’ will be needed to access a range of venues in the city including beaches, malls, parks, restaurants, museums, and more.
You can get a green pass on the UAE’s Alhosn app by having two doses of the vaccine and a negative PCR test. This will give you a green pass for 30 days after which you’ll need to get a fresh PCR test.
The green pass will be mandatory at these places
• Shopping malls • Large supermarkets • Restaurants, bars and cafés • Museums • Cinemas • Entertainment centres • Gyms • Hotels (and facilities within) • Public parks • Public beaches • Private beaches and swimming pools
The news was announced by the Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee (NCEMA).
There are several other ways you can get a green pass for Abu Dhabi.
If you received your second dose less than 28 days earlier, your negative PCR test result will give you a green light for 14 days.
Alternatively, if you’ve had one dose and booked in for a second, a negative PCR test will give you a green pass for seven days.
If you’ve had your first dose but are late for your second dose by more than 48 days, your negative PCR test will get you a green pass for three days.
A vaccine exemption certificate plus a PCR test will give you a green pass for seven days.
And if you don’t have an exemption or the vaccine, a negative PCR test will give you a green pass for 3 days.