A combo image shows the Burj Khalifa displaying the Eid Mubarak message.
The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa lit up with captivating LED shows to celebrate the Eid Al Fitr.
The world’s tallest building’s Twitter account said, “Burj Khalifa wishes you and your loved ones a blessed Eid Al Fitr.”
The video showed a glittering light show with the message Eid Mubarak.
Friends and families across Dubai are embracing a range of innovative ways to celebrate and mark Eid Al Fitr this year, all while following government protocols, social distancing and staying home to stay safe.
Dubai Municipality is monitoring all hotel establishments during the Eid holiday period to check their compliance with measures, to ensure the safety and security of the community.
Earlier this month, Burj Khalifa joined other global landmarks in capping a sparkling tribute launched by the Empire State Building in New York to those battling the coronavirus.
The world’s tallest building’s Twitter account said, “Burj Khalifa shines a red heartbeat for #HeroesShineBright, a global initiative by the World Federation of Great Towers, thanking those who've selflessly worked towards saving lives and healing the world.”
Spectacular fireworks in 25 different locations lit up not only the skies, but also the hearts of the people across the country.
The UAE has called upon the public to stay at home except in cases of necessity, including getting essential supplies, such as food and medicine, or performing jobs.
Eid Takbeer will be broadcast after the Fajer prayer for an hour before sunrise on the first day of Eid from the mosques’ minarets.
Expatriates living in the UAE were elated as their family members, colleagues, friends stuck in other countries are now able to return as the UAE has lifted restriction on incoming flights from Monday onwards.
The Committee explained that the new guidelines take into account the exceptional situations of some categories of people including people of determination, children, and those with chronic respiratory conditions.
The UAE will today (Monday) start receiving residents with valid residence visas, who were stranded abroad due to coronavirus pandemic from various countries.