You now need negative COVID-19 test result to enter Dubai police stations

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Individuals planning to visit police stations in Dubai will need to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result from Saturday, February 13.

Dubai Police have announced that the new requirement will be enforced at all their buildings and the test result cannot be older than 48 hours.

They have, however, said that fully vaccinated customers will be exempted from the prerequisite.

Dubai Police are also reminding residents they can use digital platforms like the police website, the call centre 901 and the police app to carry out transactions.

They can also visit the Smart Police Stations that operate without human intervention.

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