Starting Next Week, Unvaccinated UAE Residents Will Be Banned From Leaving The Country

COVID-19 has been on the rise around the world, with new variants being discovered and infection rates rising around the globe. In light of this, vaccines have become a necessary part of our daily lives in order to travel and go out. In many ways, the UAE is leading the world in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes everything from proper prevention to a free vaccination program and a successful public health policy.

The UAE has drastically reduced the number of patients and effectively provided 17,454,250 doses as of August 18, 2021. In addition, efforts and plans are underway to give the third dose to high-risk patients three months after they finish the second dose, and to the rest of the population six months afterward.

However, the UAE’s foreign ministry and the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority declared on Jan. 10 that unvaccinated citizens will be banned from leaving the country.

With a new record of infections of 2,556 cases, the UAE aims to continue expanding its nationwide testing to facilitate early detection of coronavirus cases and carry out the necessary treatment, which comes hand-in-hand with its massive vaccination campaign. After 908 people recovered from the virus in the last 24 hours, the country’s COVID-19 caseload is now at 764,493 with 745,963 recoveries. Only one death has been recorded according to the UAE’s health ministry.

It’s critical to adjust to these new changes in order to protect ourselves and our families from this pandemic, which can only be dealt with properly if more vaccines are made available to individuals in different places and regions. We also have faith in the efforts of scientists around the world who are working tirelessly to produce new vaccines that are compatible with new strains in order to maintain global safety.

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