A combo image shows Sheikh Mohammed tours tourist attraction in Dubai.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, toured various tourist attractions in Dubai, and inspected the facilities as they reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A video shared on social media platforms showed Sheikh Mohammed walking around with his entourage at the Al Naseem Jumeirah Hotel.
The Dubai Ruler was then seen driving around Jumeirah.
He also visited the beach to see the arrangements.
Dubai allowed cafes and restaurants, gyms, parks, and shopping malls to resume business with strict guidelines.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid on Friday also shares his best life lessons on Twitter.
“What life taught me” is a series through which the Dubai Ruler shares anecdotes and advise on social media.
Sheikh Mohammed shared, “Life has taught me ... that life does not stop… a stage ends for another to start ... and one thing passes for another to come ... just as the day and night rotate, the events follow... and the life is renewed... and the man always returns to the movement that God wanted… not to despair… Rather, it starts with a constant determination to make life…”
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A video of the incident obtained by Gulf Today revealed a man going live on Instagram Stories to mock the calls of the police. He also wrote abusive remarks on the video.
Sheikh Mohammed reviewed the precautionary measures taken to combat the epidemic in the UAE as emergency teams work round-the-clock to monitor emerging cases in collaboration with hospitals and health centres across the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has taken all necessary measures to evacuate Emirati citizens and their companions abroad, in co-ordination with UAE embassies and representative missions abroad.
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