A couple enjoy time at the Jumeriah Beach in Dubai. File
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
After easing the lockdown restrictions Dubai Municipality urges people to take precautionary measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Dubai Municipality earlier had announced the reopening of beaches and parks to the public with strict guidelines.
Dubai Municipality tweeted, “If you plan to visit one of Dubai's beaches after it opens to the public, make sure your journey is safe and kindly follow the conditions of public safety, and adhere to #DubaiMunicipality's circulars. #WeAreAllResponsible.”
The official Twitter account shared a video suggesting to adhere to the guidelines while visiting beaches for a safe journey.
Maintain social distancing (2m between individuals and 4m between groups).
Limit the number of individuals in one group to 5.
Distribute posters and awareness guidelines.
Close all public seating areas.
Sterilise and disinfect all facilities periodically.
Children’s play areas and sport facilities should be kept closed.
The move is to ensure everyone’s safety during the celebrations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Ministry stressed in a statement on Saturday that, its aim to continue expanding the scope of testing nationwide to facilitate the early detection of coronavirus cases and carry out the necessary treatment.
Dubai Customs launched a COVID-19 vaccination campaign for its employees under the theme 'Your Safety is our Safety'.
The health and safety of the DIFC community remains the utmost priority. The Centre will continue to enforce strict pre-cautionary measure as per Dubai and UAE Government guidelines to minimize the spread of COVID-19, including directives on hygiene, sanitisation, and social distancing.
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