The Abu Dhabi Municipality (ADM) has announced the extension of swimming time in the emirate’s beaches starting from Sunday (September 1, 2019). This decision has come in response to the desires of the visitors.
Cooling down in a swimming pool on a hot summer day is the perfect relaxation to improve moods of capital residents, the young, old, ailing and the healthy, relieving them of stress and building courage.
The Abu Dhabi Municiaplity also announced reopening of public parks and beaches in emirate following an extensive period of disinfection programme.
The pool was emptied of its water, electricity was cut off and teams used various devices to break down the concrete tiles around the pipe in order to save the boy.
Teams from the Council and Dubai Economy have been visiting academies and sports and fitness centres in the Emirate to inspect the facilities and ensure they comply with all the precautionary measures.
The coast guard teams and police forces at the GHQ of Fujairah Police rescued an Emirati young man from drowning in the sea of Dibba Al Fujairah city on Sunday evening.
Court jails an Arab for 3 months on charges of stealing a passport, a phone and personal belongings of a compatriot who was swimming in the JBR beach in Dubai.
Police warned of the dangers of parents failing to adequately monitor their children, stressing the importance of providing children with swimming vests if required, and ensuring all doors leading to pools are locked.
Dubai Sports Council has issued a detailed list of conditions, developed in cooperation with relevant authorities, that need to be met by aquatic centres, academies, and swimming pools to resume operations.