UAE may impose stringent measures to restrict the movement of unvaccinated residents. According to a Gulf News report, citing a top official, these unvaccinated residents may not be allowed to enter certain places and avail of some services. This is in line with the country’s aim to ensure everyone’s health and safety.
During a media briefing, Dr. Saif Al Dhaheri, official spokesperson of the National Crisis and Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA), said this. She, however, did not discuss it thoroughly.
NCEMA has approved ‘WithMyFamily’ app for early intervention for children under 6 years of age. It provides families a set of education skills for children of determination.
They have also launched the ‘Protect Your Health’ program for people of determination affected by quarantine that encourages them to practice physical exercise at home and have a proper diet.
“There are ongoing vaccination campaigns for people of determination and their families, while a hybrid plan of treatment and physical exercise is being provided to them,” the spokesperson for NCEMA said.