Abu Dhabi's SEHA Puts Al Hosn Green Pass Decision On Hold

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 07 September 2021
Abu Dhabi's SEHA Puts Al Hosn Green Pass Decision On Hold
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The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) on Monday suspended its decision requiring patients and visitors to provide a green status on the AlHosn app in order to access its healthcare facilities.

“The decision pertaining to AlHosn Green Pass which we published yesterday has been put on hold until further review. Therefore, the current visitation measures will remain unchanged until further notice,” Seha said in a public notice issued on Monday.

The 'green status' (green pass) on the AlHosn app appears after an individual's negative PCR test result and remains valid for 30 days.

Abu Dhabi implemented fresh Covid safety measures on August 20, which permits only Covid-vaccinated individuals and those holding a 'green status' to access public places.

The green pass system prohibits unvaccinated people from entering shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, retail outlets, gyms, recreational facilities and sporting activities, health clubs, resorts and educational institutions.