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18 new testing centres open at Abu Dhabi entry point

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Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee announced setting up of new testing stations on Al Faya Road before Ghantoot.

As many as 18 drive-through DPI laser testing stations have been established at the Abu Dhabi border area, the local authorities said on Saturday.

Abu Dhabi Emergency Crisis and Disasters Committee announced setting up of new testing stations on Al Faya Road before Ghantoot.

Al Faya Road (E75) is the stretch between Sheikh Zayed Road (E11) and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311).

The testing centres are opened on both sides of Al Faya Road. Additionally, new lanes will be opened at the entry points between Dubai and Abu Dhabi to help ease the flow of traffic.

The fresh announcement comes after the border testing centre at Ghantoot was closed from Thursday.

The new stations add to the network of testing centres in Abu Dhabi and other emirates to meet the screening needs of all visitors entering the emirate within 72 hours from receiving a negative test result. The new screening centres will be operating 24 hours.

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