As of Tuesday 2 June, traveling in and out of Abu Dhabi, and within the emirate's regions, will be restricted for a week to reduce the spread of Covid-19. This includes travel between Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra.
Abu Dhabi Emergency and Crisis Committee for the Covid-19 Pandemic, in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Police and DOH, have announced a ban on movement entering & exiting the emirate and between its regions (Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, & Al Dhafrah) starting from Tuesday 2 June, for 1 week. pic.twitter.com/IqPnbyVW86— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) May 31, 2020
The Abu Dhabi Emergency and Crisis Committee for the Covid-19 Pandemic, in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Police and DOH have announced that this will enhance the effectiveness of the National Screening Programme and reduce the spread of Covid-19. The ban includes all residents, as well as UAE nationals, and exemptions are available via special permits.
لجنة إدارة الطوارئ والأزمات والكوارث الناجمة عن جائحة كورونا في إمارة أبوظبي تعلن مع شرطة أبوظبي ودائرة الصحة-أبوظبي عن حظر التنقل من وإلى الإمارة وبين مدنها (أبوظبي والعين والظفرة) اعتباراً من يوم الثلاثاء 2 يونيو لمدة أسبوع. pic.twitter.com/YM1LqOE0cZ— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) May 31, 2020
The Abu Dhabi Media Office stated that 'this step aims to enhance the effectiveness of the National Screening Programme, in line with a series of precautionary and preventative measures being taken to reduce contact, curb the spread of Covid-19, and protect the health and safety of all community members.'
Meanwhile, Abu Dhabi's stay-home order remains between 10pm to 6am. This announcement was revealed yesterday along with some restrictions being eased in the captial in terms of tourist attractions re-opening.
Al Maryah Island’s Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi and Rosewood Abu Dhabi will be re-opening their dining outlets from 1 June 2020. This comes in line with @AbuDhabiDED’s efforts to support the re-opening of restaurants while ensuring the health and safety of patrons and employees. pic.twitter.com/jpqEnG3VJq— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) May 31, 2020
Museums, hotel restaurants, and hotel beaches will be opening to the public once more as long as the customers do not exceed 40 per cent of the venue's capacity. However public beaches are still closed.
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
As of 23 June, all residents of the Abu Dhabi emirate may now move between Abu Dhabi’s regions (Abu Dhabi, Al Ain & Al Dhafra), but the border to Dubai will remain closed. It was decided that exiting the Emirate may continue without a permit, however the entry of workers to Abu Dhabi is still prohibited. This news came after promising indicators in the number of cases found in Covid-19 tests.