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Abu Dhabi to remove COVID-19 testing requirement at border starting Sep. 19

Abu Dhabi to remove COVID-19 testing requirement at border starting Sep. 19

Abu Dhabi has announced that it will remove the requirement to get tested for COVID-19 before entering the emirate starting September 19, Emirates News Agency WAM reported on Saturday. For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or via the app. The decision comes as the United Arab Emirates announced a 0.2 percent

Abu Dhabi has announced that it will remove the requirement to get tested for COVID-19 before entering the emirate starting September 19, Emirates News Agency WAM reported on Saturday.

For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or via the app.

The decision comes as the United Arab Emirates announced a 0.2 percent reduction in its COVID-19 infection rates last week.

“The committee will continue to monitor infection rates and urges all citizens, residents and visitors to continue adhering to precautionary measures to protect public health and safety, maintain successes and advance the nation’s sustainable recovery,” Abu Dhabi’s Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee stated in a post on Twitter.

The United Arab Emirates has vaccinated around 80 percent of its population so far.

The country reported a new low in daily COVID-19 infections on Friday with 521 cases.

Total diagnosed cases since the pandemic’s onset now sit at 731,828 and total recoveries are at 723,337.

The UAE has been leading the way in vaccinating its population against the virus, with over 19 million doses already administered.

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