The DPI testing stations for COVID -19 on Al Faya Road.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee established 18 drive-through DPI testing stations for COVID -19 on Al Faya Road before Ghantoot and approved opening of new lanes at the entry points between Dubai and Abu Dhabi as part of efforts to enhance the flow of entry into the emirate.
The new stations add to the network of testing centres in Abu Dhabi and other emirates to meet the screening needs of all visitors entering the emirate within 72 hours of receiving a negative test result.
The 18 new 24-hour DPI testing stations have been opened on both sides of Al Faya Road, in Seih Sheib area, to ease entry into Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi health authorities issued advisory for pregnant women.
It said that the flu vaccine protects you and your baby against the infection and helps you stay safe and healthy throughout your pregnancy. Call 80050 and book an appointment for your vaccination today.
The Abu Dhabi started welcoming tourists from Dec.24.
The committee said following the successes achieved by implementing the precautionary measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 and maintaining a low rate of confirmed cases, Abu Dhabi has welcomed some international tourists.
Thermal cameras will check people’s temperatures before using the facilities. Rules will be in place for groups, couples and individuals, including a maximum of four people per group
The General Directorate of Civil Defence-Abu Dhabi has announced it has banned the use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in all the buildings and facilities using central gas.
In its report, the ADAFSA stated that the closure decision came due to the facility’s failure to abide by the conditions and requirements related to health and food safety repeatedly.
Heartrending scenes of a newborn plucked alive from the rubble and a broken father clutching his dead daughter's hand have laid bare the human cost of violent earthquakes in Syria and Turkey that by Wednesday had claimed 11,000 lives.
The Fire broke out over an area of about 100 square metres and was extinguished around an hour later, Interfax news agency reported, adding that the small refinery belonged to a company called Resource LLC.
Pope Francis offered his prayers for the thousands of victims of the earthquake in Syria and Turkey on Wednesday and called on the international community to continue to support rescue and recovery efforts.