Abu Dhabi will limit entry to shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and other public places from June 15. The restrictions will also apply to gyms, hotels and their facilities, public parks, beaches, swimming pools, entertainment centres, cinemas and museums.

Abu Dhabi, the UAE's second most populous emirate, will limit entry from June 15 to shopping centres, restaurants, cafes and other public places for those who have been vaccinated or recently tested negative for the covid-19.

The new rules were announced as the UAE, a federation of seven emirates, has seen a rise in daily cases over the past three weeks. The United Arab Emirates, which does not give a breakdown for each emirate, recorded 2,179 new infections on Wednesday, up from 1,229 on May 17, 2021.

The restrictions will also apply to gyms, hotels and their facilities, public parks, beaches, swimming pools, entertainment centres, cinemas and museums.

Visitors must prove that they have been vaccinated or recently tested negative through the country's covid-19 app that displays a person's vaccination and testing history.

The mobile app will appear green if the person has been vaccinated or has tested negative. Unvaccinated individuals will need to be tested every three days to maintain green status. A fully vaccinated person will do this every 30 days.

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