The management of the Mercato mall in Dubai has announced its Ramadan initiative to support UAE communities during the Holy Month of Ramadan. The initiative is in partnership with Dubai Police with the aim of helping the communities to meet the challenge of COVID-19 pandemic more effectively.
One of the guidelines highlighted that shoppers who are over the age of 60 will not be allowed to enter the malls.
The mall will be open from 12pm-9pm at 30 per cent capacity. All necessary precautions to preserve public health will be observed during this time.
Proceeds from the first public screening on Sunday 17 May will go towards the 10 Million Meals initiative
Hundreds of customers at Ibn Battuta Mall have said ‘thank you’ to the workers who are keeping Dubai turning through the Covid-19 pandemic by signing a giant tribute board.
SEHA has also increased employee awareness about the virus, its symptoms and how to follow recommended precautionary measures.
Dubai Gold & Jewellery Group (DGJG), the trade body for the gold and diamond jewellery sectorin Dubai, announced the re-opening of iconic Deira Gold Souk, in accordance with the directives by the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management. Starting April 26, the retailers within the souk began operating at reduced trading hours - retail stores to operate from 11 AM to 9 PM and wholesale offices to work from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Saudis began tentatively returning to shopping malls and open-air markets on Wednesday after authorities relaxed restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The move comes to cover the widest range and conducting COVID-19 screening for the largest possible number of people in various regions of the emirate.