Dubai: After the two-month vacation, students in Dubai won’t have to submit a negative PCR test to return to school. In its most recent guidelines, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), has made this clear. This year, no covid-19 test will be required. The school circular states that students with Covid-19 conditions should be kept in quarantine for 10 days.
Students Don’t Need PCR Test
Social distancing rules should also be maintained and masks must be worn in closed areas. Students and employees over 12 years old are not required to take a PCR test. There is no need to present vaccination certificates. Parents, children, and guests don’t need to go through a PCR test or body temperature testing.
Abu Dhabi requires that all students and employees over 12 years old produce a PCR-negative certificate within 96 hours. Parents and visitors must have the Al Hosn app green to be able to access the school. Sharjah’s 12 and over children must present a negative PCR certificate within a maximum of 96hrs. The rules of quarantine for Covid-positive patients remain largely unchanged. Persons who have had contact with sick persons and are asymptomatic must remain in quarantine for three consecutive days. To enter the school, parents must show their Al Hosn App green pass.