Covid-19: mandatory green pass to enter all federal and local government departments in Ajman – News

The system will be in place from January 3, 2022

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Posted: Mon 20 Dec 2021, 15:10

Last update: Mon 20 Dec 2021, 16:58

In coordination with the Ajman Executive Council, the Emirate of Ajman Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Team approved the application of the green pass system in the Al Hosn application to enter all government departments of the emirate.

As of January 3, 2022, entry into government services is limited to people who have received two doses of a UAE-approved Covid-19 vaccine and booster injections (if eligible).

Staff exempt from receiving Covid-19 vaccines will also be allowed to enter government offices after providing a negative PCR test result every 14 days.

Groups exempt from vaccination will be allowed to enter government buildings if their status on the app is green. But they will have to take a PCR test every seven days.

Children under 16 are exempt.

A senior Ajman police official said the decision supports national efforts to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and ensure the health and safety of the community.


He added that the green pass system allows employees, customers and visitors to enter all local government agencies and departments in Ajman.

The decision is a step forward to support the measures approved by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection and the National Crisis and Disaster Management Authority regarding the implementation of the green laissez-passer system in all federal entities.

The Crisis and Disaster Team noted the need to adhere to procedures according to the approved national protocol in light of the spread of variants of the Covid-19 virus, to ensure the sustainability of recovery efforts in the country.

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