Vaccine 'green pass' needed to access parks, malls, beaches and more in Abu Dhabi
Vaccine 'green pass' needed to access parks, malls, beaches and more in Abu Dhabi

Vaccine ‘green pass’ needed to access parks, malls, beaches and more in Abu Dhabi

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.

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