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Movement permits needed in Abu Dhabi during travel ban

Movement permits needed in Abu Dhabi during travel ban

Abu Dhabi has banned entry and exit from the emirate for one week starting Tuesday

Abu Dhabi Police has announced that movement permits will be required to move between the cities of the emirate from Tuesday, June 2, during the travel ban.

The emirate had earlier announced that it will ban movement between different regions within Abu Dhabi and entry and exit from the emirate for a period of one week starting from Tuesday.

Those seeking permits can apply via the ‘movement permits system’ on the Abu Dhabi Police website.

The regions between which internal movement are restricted include Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra.

Exemptions to the movement ban apply to employees of vital sectors, chronic disease patients visiting hospitals and those involved in the transportation of necessary goods.

Residents are allowed to move within their region in line with the National Sterilisation Programme.

The programme timing are currently from 10pm-6am daily, during which movement restrictions are in place.

Read: Abu Dhabi bans entry and exit from the emirate starting June 2

Abu Dhabi Police called on the public to adhere to the decision and to comply with the specified timings of the national sterilisation programme.

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