Abu Dhabi: Covid-19 PCR tests mandatory for students returning to campus
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Abu Dhabi: Covid-19 PCR tests mandatory for students returning to campus

Abu Dhabi: Covid-19 PCR tests mandatory for students returning to campus

Abu Dhabi has approved a two-stage return to in-classroom learning for students at public and private educational institutions starting Monday, January 24

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Abu Dhabi has approved the two-stage return to in-classroom learning for students at public and private schools, universities, colleges and training institutes in the emirate, as of Monday, January 24, 2022.

Starting January 24, students from KG until grade 5, as well as those in grade 12 and students in higher education institutions preparing for national and international examinations are to return to their school.

Remote learning will continue for those in grades 6-11 during this period.

Starting Monday, January 31, in-classroom learning will resume for all students.

All students returning to their campus are required to obtain a negative PCR test result not older than 96 hours upon first entering their educational facilities, according to the Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee.

Teachers and administrative staff must have a green pass on their Alhosn app, and a negative PCR test result not older than 96 hours on the first day of them returning to their campus.

The Alhosn green pass system will be implemented for parents to enter educational facilities. They also require a negative PCR test result not older than 96 hours to do so.

Students, teachers and administrative staff must sign a travel declaration form and show negative PCR test results on day 1 and 4 of returning to the country.

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