Only vaccinated customers can avail Dibbi municipality services

Only vaccinated customers can avail Dibbi municipality services

Dibbi municipality will only be serving vaccinated people henceforth. For others who have not been vaccinated, the municipality at Fujairah will require Covid-19 PCR tests.

The information was given through a social media platform. The tweet said that the municipality offices will require proof that they have the letter of confirmed full vaccination process and also received a vaccination certificate through Al Hosn application.

The non-vaccinated people will have to show a negative PCR test which must have been taken 48 hours of entering the municipality building. The officials stressed that the decision has been made in order to keep the safety of people intact.

The covid-19 pandemic had disrupted the lifestyles of many people but authorities had bigger responsibilities in mind. They had to make sure public health safety while also continuing to offer essential services. Health care centers and other necessary facilities are already opened but other than that many other things are also slowly opening in the Emirati nation.

Currently, there is a vaccination program in running and as a part of this inoculation process, the UAE has already administered over 60 percent of its eligible population. It started with the prioritization of vaccine administration among Senior Citizens and others who are in most need of immunity.

The vaccines are being administered free of cost in the Emirati nation. Till now, there are four vaccines approved in the country. To ensure that the virus is contained and not further spread in the country, authorities are making sure that proper steps are taken.

Abu Dhabi municipality also recently suspended tent permits ahead of the Holy month of Ramadan. The department of the municipalities and transport in Abu Dhabi announced the suspension of the Ramadan tent permits service for 2021. The office confirmed on Sunday evening that no Ramadan tents are allowed this year. 

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