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Sharjah Residents Can Undergo Free COVID-19 Test

Sharjah Residents Can Undergo Free COVID-19 Test - Coming Soon in UAE
5 July 2020

From July 5, free testing will be conducted at a mobile screening center in Al Nahda Park.

On Saturday, Sharjah Police alerted residents about the Ministry of Health and Prevention campaign on free COVID-19 tests from July 5. Sharjah residents received an SMS on their phones about free testing. This screening campaign will last for ten days in the Al Nahda area.

The campaign aims to check on the health status of residents and free them from the virus, by obtaining a free official result. The tests will be carried out at a mobile screening center set up in Al Nahda Park from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM. COVID-19 test will be conducted for adults aged 18 and above. Residents should bring their Emirates ID and show the SMS alert.

It was proved that mass testing has helped Abu Dhabi to curb the spread of the COVID-19 infection in several areas.  As well as, in Mussafah, where over 570,000 tests were carried out, which fully contain the spread of the virus among residents, including industrial workers. Also, such a testing campaign in Al Dhafrah industrial areas has curbed the spread of the virus.

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