Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in the Emirates issued, on Friday evening, a statement attached to the previous statement on updating the procedures for entry of citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries into the country, in which it decided to suspend the entry of citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries into the country from midnight until the adoption of a mechanism for pre-examination Of the emerging corona virus “Covid-19″.
The UAE has decided to update the procedures for entry of citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council states into the country, which will be valid from Saturday, March 21, 2020 AD, at exactly ten in the morning until another notice within the framework of the precautionary measures taken by the state to confront the Corona virus and to preserve their health and safety, according to Emirati News Agency WAM. ”
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has also made it clear that citizens of the GCC states who wish to enter the country after the entry into force of the decision must carry out an examination upon arrival in addition to adhering to the home quarantine for a period of 14 days on whoever has a home in the state and who does not have a home in the state will be quarantined for a period Also 14 days, as decided by the competent authorities.
To that, the Ministry of Health and Community Protection announced the death of two cases of coronavirus, one of whom is of Arab nationality, coming from Europe at the age of 78 years, and it was found that the cause of death was a heart attack coinciding with his infection with the virus, and the other of the Asian nationality is a resident of 58 years of age and was suffering from several diseases Chronic as heart disease and kidney failure.