Families enjoy their time at a park in Dubai on the second day of Eid Al Adha on Wednesday.
Yamama Bedwan, Staff Reporter
Shopping centres, parks and beaches in Dubai witnessed a massive turnout of visitors belonging to different nationalities and age groups on the second day of Eid Al Adha on Wednesday.
Strict precautionary measures to safeguard visitors' health and to curb the spread of COVID-19 were in place at all tourist spots across Dubai.
A large number of families spent their time at malls as they preferred these places seeking a safe haven from high temperatures, in addition to shopping and dining.
Others preferred to spend their time on the beaches and in parks to enjoy family get-togethers.
Some arrived at parks in the afternoon itself in order to enjoy for a longer period of time with children.
Games area and slides at parks proved to be the best spot for the children.
Many families preferred to have barbecue parties at the designated places in parks.
The Municipality called on the public to abide by the security and safety regulations.
Traders in the local cattle market located in Sharjah have been advising early customers of sacrificial animals for Eid Al Adha to wait till next week as the shipment of livestock from India arriving soon.
In time for the Eid Al Adha holidays, the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP) on Monday released a list of six “important vaccinations” travelers must secure to keep them safe from possible risks of infections or illnesses at their destination country/countries.
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