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The Sharjah Municipality on Monday decided to close all parks in the city temporarily because of the rain to preserve safety of the visitors.
On its social media account, the Sharjah Municipality said, “Due to the current unstable weather conditions, Sharjah City Municipality announces the temporary closure of all parks in the city. The parks will be open again to the public after the end of the unstable weather.”
The Sharjah Municipality further called on the public to abide by the rules and instructions issued by the competent authorities, so as to maintain safety of all.
The Sharjah Municipality also warned motorists to be careful while driving in wet weather conditions.
"Motorists should exercise extra caution while driving. Be safe!" the Sharjah Municipality tweeted.
Carefully designed to align with Sharjah’s plan to offer child and family friendly public spaces, the Al Hira Beach site features 3,300m jogging and cycling tracks, sports facilities, and a children’s play area, and has an expert team of lifeguards at the beach.
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