Abu Dhabi: 221 schools granted permission to reopen after compliance checks
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Abu Dhabi: 221 schools granted permission to reopen after compliance checks

Abu Dhabi: 221 schools granted permission to reopen after compliance checks

Schools are required to adhere to strict precautionary protocols

As many as 221 schools in Abu Dhabi have received the nod to reopen for the new academic year.

The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) said that inspection and compliance teams across the emirate carried out stringent inspections to ensure a safe return to physical schools.

Today marks the beginning of the 2021-2022 academic year.


Last week, officials in Abu Dhabi confirmed that regardless of age or vaccination status, all private and charter school students, including students of determination, must produce a negative nasal PCR or saliva test not older than 14 days before they return to their campus.

Read: Abu Dhabi: Covid tests mandatory for all private and charter school students

ADEK confirmed that free Covid-19 PCR tests will be provided to students above 12 years old and school staff at designated testing centres on a specific date for each school.

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