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Faisal Siddiqui, Staff Reporter
The UAE residents and tourists are all set to welcome New Year in style, albeit with COVID-19 restrictions.
Marking the beginning of a New Year in grand style has remained a hallmark of the UAE and this year it is not going to be different despite the raging pandemic across the globe.
The most important event on the New Year Eve will be the dazzling fireworks in Dubai downtown and the enchanting laser show on world tallest tower, Burj Khalifa.
Emaar made this news official on its twitter handle on Thursday.
“Are you ready? The long-awaited #EMAARNYE2021 celebration is just around the corner. Tune in to know how we’re #CelebratingTogether,” tweeted Emaar.
Emaar has assured the UAE residents that this year despite the coronavirus pandemic there will be fireworks and laser show on display on the World tallest building.
Keeping the safety of the audience in mind, Emaar has planned to put massive precautionary measures in place.
There will be thermal scanners, regular disinfection and proper system of making the resident follow safe distancing protocols.
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