UAE Considering to Restrict Movement For Unvaccinated People

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 21 April 2021
UAE Considering to Restrict Movement For Unvaccinated People

UAE’s determination to fight Covid-19 continues as the National Crisis and Emergency management Authority announced in a press briefing that the UAE is considering strict measures to restrict the movement of non-vaccinated people and not allowing them to enter certain places and avail of some services to ensure everyone’s health and safety.

Dr Saif Al Dhaheri, Official Spokesperson of the National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA), said this during the media briefing on Tuesday.

The committee has approved “WithMyFamily” app for early intervention for children under 6 years of age. The home education guide was also launched for families to enable them to provide a set of education skills for children of determination.

The committee has also launched the “Protect Your Health” program for people of determination who has been affected and that encourages them to physically exercise at home and have a balanced and a healthy diet for a healthier life.

“There are ongoing vaccination campaigns for people of determination and their families, while a hybrid plan of treatment and physical exercise is being provided to them,” Al Dhaheri said.

The authority urged that it is ‘necessary and important that all groups, above the age of 16, eligible for vaccination must get vaccinated in order to reach full recovery and protect society from the mutated virus and prevent serious complications.’ 

The NCEMA added that ‘delaying or refraining from taking the vaccine will pose a threat to the safety of society and put all groups, especially those most vulnerable to infection, as it poses a major challenge to the national efforts to recover.’ 

The NCEMA also urged the public to learn about the vaccine from official sources and concerned authorities.

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