Coronavirus: Abu Dhabi ban on public movement in and out of emirate from June 2

Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi has announced the restrictions for movement in and outside the emirate and will prevent people from journey starting Tuesday, June 2 for a week. The declaration came on Sunday.

The new declaration was made by the Abu Dhabi
Emergencies and Crisis Management committee the board council for the COVID-19 pandemic, in a joint effort with Abu Dhabi Police and SEHA.
"A ban on movement entering and exiting the emirate and between its regions [Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra] beginning from Tuesday June 2 for one week," Abu Dhabi Media office tweeted.

The ban is applicable for all residents of the emirate including UAE nationals, movement inside the emirate's region is permitted from 6am to 10pm.

"Exemptions are available by special permit for
employees in vital sectors, chronic disease patientsvisiting hospitals and the transportation of necessary goods," the tweet included.

The step explained by Abu Dhabi Media office, aims to improve the effectiveness of the National Screening Program, in accordance with a list of precautionary measures being taken to decrease contact, control the spread of COVID-19, and ensure the wellbeing and security of all people in the society.

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