Covid-19 vaccine

Vaccines are now the most effective tool to keep away from the COVID-19 pandemic along with taking controls like wearing your mask avoiding public gatherings. The UAE is offering these vaccines to its citizens and expats residing in the UAE free of charge and on an optional basis after ensuring that the person has no medical condition or symptom that makes it inadvisable. Pregnant women, Nursing mothers and children are excluded from the COVID-19 vaccinations. The Dubai Health Authority is providing 3 options for the Covid vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech, Oxford-AstraZeneca and Sinopharm vaccine. As of 16th May 2021, children between the ages of 12-15 in the UAE are eligible for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

To know more about the vaccines, who can get vaccinated and where to register for an appointment for vaccination at https://www.dha.gov.ae/Asset%20Library/COVID19/ Covid19_Vaccine_EN.pdf#page=5 released by the DHA

If there is an emergency or any side effects from the vaccine, you can always contact MoHaP on 800-111-1.

DHA Contact Centre

Dubai Health Authority is available 24/7 and can be contacted through the following channels:
DHA services

800 342 Back-to-school helpline: 800 588

WhatsApp

Add 800 342 to your contact list then send "Hi" on WhatsApp to start the chat.

Email

info@dha.gov.ae

Chat support also available at the DHA website/ DHA App

Where to book an appointment

You can book an appointment with any of the health authorities:

Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP) –

available on COVID-19 UA‪E .

Dubai Health Authority -

DHA app or by calling on the toll-free number 800-342.

SEHA - SEHA -

app for vaccination at their drive-through centers and temporary sites across the UAE