Abu Dhabi: Covid-19 infection rate dips to 0.2%

Photo: Wam
Photo: Wam

Abu Dhabi - The Capital has undertaken several strategic measures in the fight against the pandemic

By Web report

Published: Tue 14 Sep 2021, 2:26 AM

Authorities in Abu Dhabi have announced a decreased Covid-19 infection rate of 0.2 per cent of total tests in the Capital.

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This follows the implementation of the emirate’s strategy to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, and successes resulting from rigorous implementation of thorough precautionary and preventive measures.

Abu Dhabi has undertaken several strategic measures in the fight against Covid-19. These include intensified vaccination campaigns aimed at all community members; targeted campaigns for vulnerable categories; continuous pro-active screening campaigns for all community members; and a comprehensive epidemiological tracing system for positive cases and those in contact.

The measures also include safety protocols across vital sectors; activation of the green pass system to access some public places; evaluated occupancy rates in public places and strict supervision of adherence to precautionary measures; use of advanced technology to detect infection, including EDE scanners; and strict policies in place for violators.


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Authorities thanked the public for their continuous support and adherence to precautionary and preventive measures. They also urged ongoing commitment to maintain the exemplary response efforts and achieve a full and sustainable recovery.

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