A photo shows SEHA COVID-19 drive-through service centre in Al Manhal, Abu Dhabi.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) has opened a new COVID-19 drive-through service centre in Al Manhal area.
The new center has 4 lanes, divided into a vaccination lane and 3 lanes for conducting a nasal swab.
The centre has a capacity of 100 vaccinations, 600 nasal swabs and a daily laser examination per day.
It opens from Saturday to Thursday from 8am to 8pm and on Friday from 10am to 8pm.
The new center was established in Al-Manhal area, using shipping containers.
The shipping containers are more durable and flexible, and have a high resistance to heat and cold, in addition to being easy to transport, reuse and maintain.In addition to the new center in Al Manhal, the total number of COVID19 drive-through service centres rose to 6, including Al Madinah, Zayed Sports City, Al Bahia, Al Shamkha, and Al Wathba.
Those who wish to undergo the examination or take the vaccination can book an appointment through the smart application of the SEHA company.
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