UAE national sterilization program finished allows freedom of movement
The National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management in the United Arab Emirates has announced allowing freedom of exit and return for all members of society throughout the day without restrictions after the national sterilization program finished, on Wednesday, June 24.
National Sterilization Program will continue
#Dubai's Supreme Committee of Crisis&Disaster Management, announces the completion of the National Sterilisation Programme, in line with @NCEMAUAE, allowing free movement all day & night,subject to compliance to precautionary measures including wearing masks & social distancing.
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) June 24, 2020
UAE allows freedom of movement without restrictions
National sterilization program finish
Dr. Saif Al Dhaheri, the official spokesman for the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management, announced the completion and end of the national sterilization program in various parts of the United Arab Emirates.
He require all members of society to continue to fully comply with the precautionary measures and preventive measures in the face of COVID-19.
He, also stressed that, the continued prevention of public gatherings and the avoidance of family visits to ensure the health and safety of all, commitment to social spacing and wearing masks and gloves when leaving the home.
Dr. Saif Al Dhaheri stressed the necessity to adhere to the limit allowed in a single-car, which is 3 persons, with the exception of cars that include members of one family, and the mask must be worn if more than one person is in the car.
The Emirates lift the travel ban and allow residents to leave throughout the day
For its part, the Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai announced the end of the national sterilization program in line with the decision of the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis, and Disaster Management, and to allow freedom to go out throughout the day with the necessity for all to abide by various preventive measures, such as wearing masks and social distance due to the end of the UAE national sterilization program.
In a related context, an official source in the Abu Dhabi government confirmed the continued ban on movement to Abu Dhabi while allowing freedom of movement throughout the day in the emirate.