– Dr. Taher Al-Buraik Al-Amri, official spokesman for the National Crisis and Disaster Management Authority: – “The new update is in line with state policy in support of efforts for sustainable recovery and a return to a normal normal life.”
– “Travel permit of citizens who have not been vaccinated with the main or supporting doses, provided that PCR is performed within 48 hours from the date of departure.”
– “It is necessary to fill out the travel forms in the Al-Hosn app to turn the app status into green.”
– “Update of the protocol for arrivals in the country and the exclusion of those under 16 years of age who have not been vaccinated by PCR examination upon arrival.”
“The UAE leads the world with a population of more than one million in treating the pandemic in terms of the percentage of those who receive the full vaccine.”
The country has not registered any deaths from “Covid-19” since March 8.
“Acquiring a culture of self-defense, social responsibility and preserving state profits is more important today than ever before.”
ABU DHABI, 13 April / WAM / Dr. Taher Al-Buraik Al-Amiri, official spokesman for the National Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, announced during a conference for the UAE government on the development of the corona virus, the updating of the travel protocol for unvaccinated citizens of the UAE Arabic, starting Tuesday, April 19th.
Al-Amiri stressed that the new update is in line with the UAE’s policy in support of efforts for sustainable recovery and return to a normal new life, and states that those who are not vaccinated with the main doses are allowed to travel. or supportive of citizens. , provided that a PCR laboratory examination is performed within 48 hours from the date of departure with the need to complete the travel forms in the fortress application to return the application status to green.
He said: “We call on our public to follow preventive and preventive measures for all travelers during and before the trip, to investigate the epidemiological situation in travel destinations and to communicate with diplomatic missions in travel countries in case of suspected infection.” , while ensuring that the service “My Presence” provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is activated and that guarantees the safety of the citizens of the country during the trip for all emergency circumstances.
Dr. Taher Al-Buraik Al-Amri announced that the protocol for arrivals in the country has been updated, as persons under the age of 16 who have not been vaccinated will be exempted from the requirement of laboratory PCR examination upon arrival, if necessary. to observe all preventive and preventive measures in force in the country.
Al-Amiri said – during the press conference – in the past period we have witnessed a significant decrease in the number of cases of Covid-19 infection, due to the tireless efforts made by the health sector and all national authorities, as the state has done. achieved fruitful achievements that show institutional and social harmony at all levels in addressing crises.
He explained that since the beginning of the pandemic, all interested authorities have been proactive in activating a preparedness plan that includes the training of response and monitoring teams to ensure the sustainability of the country’s infrastructure, enable national resources and improve strategic stock, in In addition to building a statistical system through an accurate information network in line with global systems to ensure the smooth running of flexible and flexible work between all teams.
He stressed that the preservation of these benefits depends on the degree of public engagement, as solidarity in social care is the best way to overcome, recover and return to the new normal life of the state, emphasizing that gradual opening requires that we have a shared responsibility to safeguard the health of all, especially those most vulnerable to infection, to improve what the state has done to achieve the pandemic, and to achieve the goals within proactive response plans.
He noted that the UAE continues to seek best practices and ways to combat the epidemic and to continuously and effectively review globally and locally all the variables that may occur in the Covid-19 virus to activate a proactive response that guarantees the adaptation and restoration of a new lifestyle based on health concern and community awareness.
He stated that the response to the crisis is still ongoing, and the changes are still under the eyes of all national agencies in the country, as the UAE always aims first to maintain the health and safety of all individuals and to protect national benefits and stability vital, and it is the role of all of us to contribute to the preservation of these benefits through ongoing social engagement.
Taher Al Ameri, official spokesman for the National Authority for Crisis and Emergency Management, found that the UAE topped the world with a population of more than one million in treating the pandemic in terms of the percentage of those who received the whole vaccine. , according to the index of countries with the best performance globally during the Covid-19 pandemic published by the world scientific site “Our World in data”.
In the same indicator, he said, the UAE was ranked second globally in the percentage of the number of tests per 1000 persons, and fourth globally in the rate of vaccinations per 100 persons, with the first place in the percentage of recipients at least one . vaccine dose globally.
He added: The UAE was also ranked tenth globally in the percentage of test counts, and ninth globally in the percentage of low death tolls, and the country has not recorded any deaths from Covid-19 since March 8, 2022.
He stressed that the latest measures of Covid-19 statistics in the country confirm a balance in the country’s entry into the recovery phase from the pandemic, as stability was found in reducing the number of cases and continuing the pace of no. deaths recorded for an apparent period.
Dr. Taher Al-Buraik Al-Amri called for continued adherence to the precautionary measures of wearing masks, leaving safe social distances, constantly washing and sterilizing hands, guarding our loved ones from the most vulnerable groups, avoiding rallies. and various other necessary precautionary measures, which show that thanks to them we went through a very difficult phase and entered the recovery phase.
And he showed that commitment to preventive measures, the adoption of a culture of self-defense and social responsibility, and the preservation of state benefits are more important today than ever before, as maintaining the stability we have achieved today in light of the waves of different in the world is a social challenge for all of us, and we have full confidence that the educated and conscientious people of the UAE will win the bet as you did before.
He said: We call on all members of society to continue this balance measure in maintaining public health and safety and we are very confident in the commitment of the public to all preventive and preventive measures.
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