Cronavirus: Lockdown announced in Abu Dhabi
A lockdown has been announced in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, in view of the increasing number of Corona cases.
According to the report of Khaleej Times, due to the increase in corona cases in the country, lockdown will be imposed in the capital of United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi from July 19.
Abu Dhabi will have a lockdown from July 19 from 12 noon to 5 am.
According to a government statement released on Twitter, sterilization will be carried out in Abu Dhabi during the lockdown. During this time traffic and movement of people will be restricted.
The statement said that people should not leave their homes during this period except to bring medicine or essential items.
Corona vaccine certificate is mandatory for Pakistanis going to UAE
It should be noted that as of Thursday, there have been 656,354 cases of corona virus and 1,885 deaths in the UAE.
Earlier in the day, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) made it mandatory for Pakistani travelers to have a corona vaccine certificate from August 1.
The NADRA certificate will have to be certified by the UAE Embassy, while the diploma and family members, including Pakistani ordinary travelers, will have to be certified by the Karuna Certificate.