Dubai lifts ban on movement of children and elderly

Dubai: Dubai will lift the ban on the entry of elderly citizens above the age of 60 and children under the age of 12 to malls, swimming pools, beaches, public parks, some cinemas and other public facilities starting from today, as part of the emirate’s easing of coronavirus restrictions, according to the Dubai Media Offce (DMO).

The aforementioned senior citizens and children within the age limit must strictly follow coronavirus precautionary measures such as wearing masks or face coverings, avoiding crowded
areas and practicing social distancing.

Dubai will also resume a new set of economic activities and services effective today, as part of the emirate’s gradual “return to normalcy.”

“Services and activities that will be resumed include public libraries, private museums and art galleries, home services such as those providing healthcare services to elderly people and people of determination, home beauty services, and elective surgical procedures lasting more than two
and a half hours,” DMO said in a statement.

“Other activities and facilities that have been permitted to resume under the condition that strict precautionary measures will be followed include: outdoor tourism and fitness activities such as camping; swimming pools; fitness centres, water sports, water parks, interactive water activities, 3D and 4D cinema halls, and children’s sports and play areas at public parks and beaches.”



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