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Here is some good news for the faithful. After reopening beaches and parks to the public albeit with strict regulations, Dubai has given the green light for opening the doors of mosques to the public – again.
No date, however, has been fixed for the reopening.
According to a report, the Dubai Awqaf body has given out circulars laying down new guidelines for believers before they can enter the mosques.
Those who are over 60 years old and children below 12 will not be allowed to enter the mosques.
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.
As part of its intensified testing campaign, MoHAP announced that it conducted 480,766 additional COVID-19 tests over the past 24 hours, using state-of-the-art medical testing equipment.
All new cases are in a stable condition and are undergoing treatment, says ministry. The total number of cases in the country jumps to 468.
Smart glasses are one of the many ways that tech companies have tried to move beyond the smartphone as a user-friendly device, but so far with little success.
The UAE has expressed its sincere condolences and solidarity with the Republic of Iraq over the victims of the fire in Nineveh province, which resulted in hundreds of deaths and injuries.
Al Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah, King of Malaysia and Sultan of Pahang, presided over a ceremony to hand over keys to the beneficiaries of the Sultan Abdullah Housing Project (Ru'Rasa), which was financed by the United Arab Emirates.