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Free COVID-19 PCR test for school students until Sept.30

COVID-19 PCR tests for school students in Abu Dhabi will be conducted free of cost until Sept.30, revealed Abu Dhabi health authorities on Monday.

Authorities also announced on Monday that the saliva test is also available in G42 healthcare centres and SEHA’s drive-through Screening Centres.

Free PCR test till Sept30

SEHA COVID-19 Screening Centers are open from Saturday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8:00pm and Friday from 10:00am to 8:00pm.

Walk-ins, without prior appointment, will be allowed for students only.

Abu Dhabi

SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center-Zayed Sports City
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center-Al Bahia
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center- Al Manhal, Abu Dhabi
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center- Al Shamkha, Abu Dhabi

Al Ain

SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center-Asharej
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center-Al Hili
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center- Al Sarouj, Al Ain
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center- Al Aamerah

Al-Dhafra

SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Ghayathi
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Liwa
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Delma
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Madinat Zayed
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Al Mifra
SEHA Drive-Through Screening Center – Al Sila

Dubai

National Screening Center-Mina Rashed
National Screening Center- City Walk, Dubai
National Screening Center-Al Khawaneej

Sharjah/ Umm-Al-Quwain

National Screening Center-Umm Al Quwain

Ajman

National Screening Center-Ajman

Ras Al Khaimah

National Screening Center-Ras Al Khaimah

On Sunday (Aug.29, 2021) the public and private schools that follow the curriculum of the Ministry of Education, along with nurseries and adult education welcomed more than 1.2 million students as the new school year 2021-2022 began after the summer vacations.

This academic year will feature three modes of learning namely: face-to-face, hybrid and distance learning.

Fully vaccinated students got a green pass to enter educational institutions, while those who were not vaccinated had to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test to be allowed to enter schools.

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