Abu Dhabi health operator postpones decision on Al Hosn green pass for Seha facilities

Rules on visiting health facilities will remain unchanged until further notice

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, May 6, 2020. the new Ambulatory Healthcare Services, a SEHA Health System Facility, National Screening Project in Mussafah Industrial Area in Abu Dhabi.   -- A worker enters the Sanitising Gate before before entering the main tent screening center.
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Reporter:  Nick Webster

Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (Seha) has put back a decision on requiring over 16s to use the Al Hosn Green Pass to enter its facilities.

Information was sent out on Sunday stating that "patients and visitors above the age of 16 require a Green Pass on the Al Hosn app to access healthcare facilities and centres across the network."

The restriction was not intended to apply to anyone visiting emergency or drive-through services.

However, Seha posted online on Monday that this decision was postponed.

"The decision pertaining to Al Hosn Green Pass which we published yesterday has been put on hold until further review," the announcement said.

"Therefore, current visitation measures will remain unchanged until further notice."

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Updated: September 6th 2021, 12:54 PM
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