COVID-19: Abu Dhabi implements rules for PCR test entry violations


The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee has started implementing regulations relating to violations for people who fail to take a PCR test on day 6 of entering the Emirate.

The Committee issued the statement in a Tweet on Wednesday night.

Since September 5, commuters crossing the border into Abu Dhabi have had to present a negative PCR or DPI test result with a 48-hour validity.

People must receive a negative result before they are allowed to enter.

Anyone who enters and then remains in the Emirate must take a PCR test on the sixth day.


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