general info RESTRICTION OF MOVEMENT IN AND OUT OF ABU DHABI EXTENDED BY ONE WEEK
Restriction Of Movement In And Out Of Abu Dhabi Extended By One Week
Updated on 09 June 2020

The restrictions of movement in and out of Abu Dhabi have been extended by one more week with immediate effect. Since Tuesday 2 June it has not been possible to travel in or out of Abu Dhabi and movement has also not been been possible between different regions such as between Al Ain and Abu Dhabi City, however movement within the different regions is still possible.

People working within vital sectors and passengers using Abu Dhabi International Airport are exempt from the restrictions, as are those with exceptional circumstances, however they have to apply for a permit to move.

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