Gulf Today obtained the number of the top five Middle East nationals who had visited the Southeast Asian monarchy on Monday as the Tourism Authority of Thailand-Dubai and Middle East gave an update on how Bangkok is addressing the impact of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) on the industry.
Emirates has unveiled multi-faceted measures for employee and customer care at every step of the travel journey, redefining safety and hygiene standards on board and on the ground.
Shoppers in all emirates are now glad at the reopening of their favourite shopping destinations after over two months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With all safety measures, including the sanitisation guidelines approved by the government for the residents, two major malls in Ras Al Khaimah have been reopened.
Sheikha Manal Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of the UAE Gender Balance Council, President of Dubai Women Establishment, President of Dubai Ladies Club, and wife of Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, announced the resumption of activities at Dubai Ladies Club and opening its newly enhanced, modernised, and uplifted Fitness Centre starting 2 June, 2020.
Two medical specialists for children in Ajman have reiterated the need for families to exercise among their children and within their households the precautionary measures against Novel Coronavirus (COVID19).
The Family Forum Centre affiliated to the Sharjah Social Services Department, SSSD, announced the implementation of 1,013 family sessions for children of separated families during the 1st half of 2020, adhering to all preventive and precautionary measures that the government has directed to preserve the safety and health of employees, children and their families.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s (Dewa’s) staff expressed their pride on resuming office work and contributing to business continuity. They praised its precautionary measures, which improve their sense of security and safety. Dewa’s facilities have been prepared according to the highest standards to protect the health and safety of employees, customers, and society as a whole.
Everyone’s health and improving all healthcare measures and systems have become more important than ever as the world reels from the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) disaster, creating more innovations and inventions.
The decision by the UAE government to allow those over 60 years to shopping malls is a welcome step in the right direction.
The UAE government has taken many great measures to control the COVID-19 pandemic, from establishing several field hospitals to inventing new test methods, all this helped to control the number of new infections. As the number of new patients going down, the responsibility for maintaining this moves to the individuals.