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Abu Dhabi offers temporary shelter for residents who are expelled from their accommodation

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The Abu Dhabi Government is offering its residents with free and temporary shelters amid the global pandemic.

Community leader in the capital Inday Sheryl announced on her personal Facebook account that the local government of Abu Dhabi is not only providing temporary shelter but also free medical care and food assistance.

Yesterday, the first batch for ‘relocation’ has already been dispatched to the temporary shelter.

The community leader encourages those in need of assistance to go to her page and comment on her post.

If you need assistance, please comment on the below post:

She also showed what the temporary shelter looks like in a Facebook post.

The emirate has extended its travel ban starting today.

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