Coronavirus Pandemic

UAE Covid vaccine at home for some residents: How to book service

Web Report/Sharjah
Filed on January 16, 2021
(Screengrab from a video tweeted by Abu Dhabi Government Media Office on January 11)

Bookings for the service now open across the Emirates.

Authorities in the UAE had recently announced that some categories of residents can get the free Covid-19 vaccine at home.

Bookings for the service are now open across the emirates for people of determination; those with chronic diseases; and the elderly.

In Sharjah, the service can be booked via the call centre of the Social Services Department at 800700.

Staff at the centres concerned have been trained to administer the vaccines at homes of the beneficiaries. Their families can avail of the service as well.

In Abu Dhabi, the service can be booked through the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) call centre 80050. Special medical teams then visit the homes of the residents to administer the free jab.

In Ajman, the service can be booked via the toll-free number 80070.

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