The borders of Abu Dhabi will remain closed for another week.
No-one from outside of Abu Dhabi has been able to enter since June 2 without a special permit.
There has also been no movement between Abu Dhabi itself, Al Ain and Al Dhafra, and no-one from Abu Dhabi has been able to leave.
It was initially in place for a week, but that was extended for a second week and now the ruling has been renewed for a third.
The renewal was announced on Abu Dhabi Media Office's Twitter account.
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Pandemic, in collaboration with @ADPoliceHQ and @DoHSocial, have announced that the Abu Dhabi movement ban is to be extended by one week, starting tomorrow, Tuesday 16 June. pic.twitter.com/IvPC4fiuyI
It says the extension starts tomorrow (Tuesday June 16) and the decision will be revisted next week.
Checkpoints are in place at the borders and perits must be shown. Permits can be requested here.
The decision comes as Abu Dhabi prepares to reopen its museums and cultural sites and bars and restaurants in the city open up once more.