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Abu Dhabi new border system: What is it?

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Abu Dhabi has put in place a new system to allow people to enter the emirate. In order to cross the border, drivers need to show police their Covid-19 results. There are exceptions – for goods vehicles, for example, and specific government workers.

On Tuesday, officials said that the emirate had “achieved a low number of patients requiring hospital treatment” with many facilities now free of cases. But, this decline in cases required continued testing and restrictions on movement to avoid further infections.

Authorities said the decision is part of a set of preventive measures. It aims to support the emirate’s National Screening Programme with the objective of reducing infections.

How does Abu Dhabi system work?

Restrictions on movement into Abu Dhabi have been in force since June 2 to stem the spread of coronavirus. A permit system allowed people to enter in some circumstances.

Now, the emirate will allow people to enter if they can prove they are Covid-free.

Anyone crossing the border, including on Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Ain Road, among others, will be stopped at police checkpoints.

The traveler must provide evidence they had a PCR nasal swab and tested negative for the virus recently. They have 48 hours to enter the emirate from when they receive the result. Any longer and the test will have to be repeated.

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Cost of the test

It depends where you go.

A test at a government-run drive-through centre costs Dh370 to most people, but it is free to some.

People who can be tested free of charge include pregnant women, people with chronic diseases, the disabled and anyone over the age of 50. It is also free for anyone who has come into contact with someone who has the virus and those who are presenting symptoms of Covid-19.

Costs vary at private clinics.

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Margaret Thatcher over Heathrow ‘frustratingly dour’ airspace

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Margaret Thatcher complained about Heathrow’s shortcomings.

The overcrowded and sometimes shabby Heathrow International Airport contrasted with Dubai’s well-organized and aesthetically pleasing International Airport. What gave this grumble added power was that it came from the British prime minister. Describing Heathrow as “frustratingly dour” in comparison with Dubai.During a trip to the UAE in April 1981, Margaret Thatcher complained about Heathrow’s shortcomings.

Her, diplomatic private secretary, Michael Alexander wrote the note on Thatcher’s orders. Commenting on Heathrow’s faults and who deserved credit for Dubai’s achievements. The letter is clear and frank in its assessment of Heathrow’s shortcomings.

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Heathrow get credit for Dubai’s accomplishments

Apparently sent by Thatcher’s diplomatic private secretary Michael Alexander. The letter holds no punches when it comes to how Heathrow is doing and who should get credit for Dubai’s accomplishments.

“Thatcher used to brief him on nuclear weapons and the Soviet Union threat.” Wrote Alexander, who had more experience briefing her on nuclear weapons and military threats.

According to a note from the Iron Lady’s visit in April 1981, her disappointment with Heathrow was evident. “She questions how Sheikh Mohammed can achieve this when HMG’s experience combined with Heathrow’s inability to achieve it?

“An airport is often the first experience that visitors have of a nation. The prime minister is frustrated by the inadequacies at Heathrow, and suggests that we learn some lessons from Dubai.”

Alexander writes to George Walden, then private secretary to the foreign secretary Lord Carrington, but with a copy to Douglas Hurd, now Lord Hurd, as minister for Europe.

Additionally, It is worth noting that the letter – marked “confidential” – also introduces Lord Fowler to the debate as minister of transport In the early 1980s Heathrow was in a particularly bad state.

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EXPO 2020 Dubai changing luck of Pakistan. Billions of Investment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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At last, some good news is coming for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They will see growth in their region. EXPO 2020 Dubai changing luck of Pakistan.

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As per the latest news, more than 40+ deals have been made for the Khyber Pakhtun region of Pakistan. That place of Pakistan is a fantastic location, and tourism investors can earn a lot from it. So we can say that EXPO 2020 Dubai changing  luck of Pakistan. 

Investment in Pakistan:

More than $8 Billion investment in the Khyber Pakhtun area and Pakistan will boost Pakistan’s economy. This nation has passed through many ups and down over the past few decades. It’s high time for some good investment to change the fortunes of new generation Pakistanis. Dubai EXPO is where they are getting a deserving response from investors worldwide. The first location which everyone loves is Khyber Phaktun. 

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan:

With this investment, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) will become the next business hub of Pakistan. Many don’t know that it is the third-largest Pakistani province in population. All the people in this region will be happy with this great news. Every Pakistani will be satisfied with this great news. Pakistan is a nation that needs to improve in many departments. Their name has been deemed due to many reasons. The main thing is terror groups. With this kind of investment in Pakistan, people’s trust will come back in Pakistan. But here, Pakistanis have to ensure that no new problem stops their projects in Pakhtun’s area. 

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An Emirati astronaut describes his life inside a Russian isolation pod

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The Emirati astronaut was locked inside an isolation bubble

Taking part in a space research project in the UAE has been a life-changing experience. The Emirati astronaut was locked inside an isolation bubble with five international crew members for almost three months. He is the first Arab to be part of a field test that simulates long-term space travel.

Research is taking place inside the NEK experimental complex in Moscow for the eight-month Sirius 20/21 project. Which has its own atmosphere and atmospheric pressure to create a space-like environment.

Astronaut might cope with prolonged space travel

However, The researchers are carefully monitoring the crew’s behavior using the cameras. Installed around the space station to determine how astronauts might cope with prolonged space travel.

Analyze any psychological and physiological effects they may experience. They have also been observing what effect living in near-isolation might have on their mental or physical health.

Saleh Al Ameri, 31, has spent almost three months locked inside an environment similar to a space. Ship travelling to the moon and Mars with five international crew members. Moreover, He is the first Arab to be part of a field test that simulates long-term space travel.

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Moreover, He will not be going to the Moon, but his participation in this programme will help further research into deep space missions. By understanding how space flight affects the body and the mind.

However, His participation is vital to understanding what it is like to be in deep space. When humans land on the Moon and Mars.

He said his room is small, but adequate, saying: “This is my room, which has a small desk next to it and two laptop computers.”

“We fill out a table with the results,” he said, “and we send it to the doctors who monitor the changes to our blood pressure, the temperatures that occur inside the vessel, and the effects of isolation on our bodies.” “We send this data to the experts everyday at 7am.”

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