Dubai Downtown is the city’s busy tourism hub, home to the towering Burj Khalifa skyscraper.
The United Arab Emirates business and tourism hub Dubai has allowed public parks to reopen and hotel guests to access private beaches, state media said, as the emirate gradually lifts restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus.
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Dubai, the most populous of the seven emirates that make up the UAE, on April 24 eased a full curfew to eight hours at night, and allowed dine-in restaurants and shopping malls to reopen at limited capacity.
Public parks are now open for groups of up to five people, state news agency WAM reported late on Tuesday. Hotel guests must practise physical distancing at beaches.
Tram and ferry services also resumed and groups of up to five can now practise recreational activities in open areas. Mosques, cinemas and public beaches remain closed.
Other emirates have followed Dubai in easing restrictions. In the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, some malls have resumed business, while Sharjah reopened malls and dine-in restaurants.
The UAE has so far reported 19,661 infections and 203 deaths from the virus, the second highest death toll among six Gulf states. It does not disclose numbers for individual emirates.
The UAE, like other Gulf Arab countries, had ramped up testing after recording a spread of the disease among low-wage migrant workers living in overcrowded accommodation.
On Tuesday, the UAE announced that tests would now be free for all Emirati citizens and domestic workers, in addition to the disabled, pregnant women and residents over 50 years of age.
Trams and maritime transport including the Dubai Ferry, water taxis, both traditional and air-conditioned Abras, and car sharing services can resume operations according to timelines specified by the RTA.
The committee has arranged for this free service to be available for the cardholders and their first-degree relatives from the reputable pharmacies across the UAE, including Al Hekma Pharmacies, Bin Sina Pharmacies, Makkah Pharmacies, Health First Pharmacies, and Medicina Pharmacies.
The total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 35,165.
MoHAP confirmed that, in coordination with health authorities and the concerned authorities in the country, it has taken "all the necessary precautions in accordance with the scientific recommendations, conditions and standards approved by the World Health Organisation."
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