Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, announced that starting August 20, public access will be further limited only to those who have been vaccinated. Unvaccinated individuals will only be able to enter supermarkets and pharmacies.

The move is an effort to encourage people to receive the vaccination, and authorities will begin restricting access to shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, sporting events, museums, gyms, schools and universities in Abu Dhabi, the Associated Press reported.

A “green pass” system has already been implemented that limits public access to those who are vaccinated or can show proof of testing negative for coronavirus.


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