Green Pass System No Longer Required to Enter Facilities

  • Publish date: Sunday، 06 November 2022
Green Pass System No Longer Required to Enter Facilities
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In a virtual briefing on Sunday, a UAE spokesperson announced the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. Al Hosn application will now be limited to a proof of vaccination, and for PCR test results inside and outside the country upon request. The Green Pass on the Al Hosn app will therefore not be required to enter public facilities and sites.

Health officials announced that wearing masks will be optional in all open and closed facilities, including places of worship and mosques, but excluding health facilities and centres for people of determination, where it will be mandatory.

Praying on personal mats will be optional at mosques and praying facilities.

The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) announced that the five-day isolation period for positive cases would remain in place, and that Covid-19 PCR testing and health facilities will still continue to operate.

Organising bodies for sporting events and activities at the national and local levels may request pre-examinations or vaccination certificates, according to the type or importance of the activity and its effectiveness.