A photo shows the Seha COVID-19 drive-through service centre in Rabdan, Abu Dhabi.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha), the UAE’s largest healthcare network, announced the opening of a new COVID-19 drive-through service centre in Rabdan area in Abu Dhabi.
The new centre is composed of 6 tracks; 2 for vaccination and 4 for nasal swabs and DPI laser-based testing with a capacity of 200 vaccinations and 1,000 nasal swabs and laser tests per day.
The centre welcomes clients from Saturday to Thursday from 8am to 8pm and on Friday from 10am to 8pm.
The new centre was built utilising shipping containers, similar to the centres recently opened in Al Sarouj in Al Ain and Al Manhal in Abu Dhabi. The shipping containers are more durable and adaptable, and provide a very high level of heat and cold resistance. They are also easier to move, reuse, and maintain.
This brings the total number of COVID-19 drive-through services centre managed by Seha to 7 in the city of Abu Dhabi; Al Madina, Al Manhal, Zayed Sports City, Al Bahia, Al Shamkha, Al Wathba, and the new centre in Rabdan; and a total of 22 across the nation. Anyone wanting to receive the vaccine or undergo a Covid screening can book an appointment through Seha’s app.
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