Abu Dhabi to resume public movement from 23 June
The announcement follows the positive indicators in the number of cases as per COVID-19 tests in the emirate
Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee, in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Police and Department of Health (DoH) has announced that free public movement will be permitted across Abu Dhabi’s regions - Abu Dhabi, Al Ain & Al Dhafra - starting 23 June.
The announcement comes on the sidelines of positive indicators in the number of cases as per COVID-19 tests conducted in the emirate, UAE's state run news agency Abu Dhabi Media Office tweeted.
Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis & Disaster Committee for the Covid-19 Pandemic, in collaboration with @ADPoliceHQ & @DoHSocial, have announced that all residents of Abu Dhabi emirate may now move between Abu Dhabi’s regions (Abu Dhabi, Al Ain & Al Dhafra) from 6am on Tuesday, 23 June pic.twitter.com/sdIAI6dLgx— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) June 22, 2020
However, restrictions on entering Abu Dhabi are being extended further for a week. Exiting the emirate can continue without the requirement of a permit. Movement of workers into Abu Dhabi remains prohibited.
Movement within the emirate is to adhere to the National Sterilisation Programme timings.
As another indicator of the emirate reopening and getting back on its feet, Abu Dhabi's Integrated Transport Centre (ITC) announced that the public parking fees or Mawaqif will be resumed in the emirate, starting July 1, Construction Week reported.