The Dubai Municipality has announced the re-opening of all major parks and beaches, and the Dubai Frame from today, as part of the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
The beaches at Al Mamzar, Jumeirah, JBR and Umm Suqeim are now open. However, the precautionary measures imposed by the municipality are to be strictly followed, it warned.
The municipality has urged one and all in the public to adhere to safety measures and guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all.
The Dubai Media Office, in its latest tweet has told the public what to expect when visiting the parks in Dubai. These are the basic instructions to be followed:
- Wear face masks always
- Use disposable gloves when visiting the park
- Ensure that you maintain two metres social distance
- Use hand sanitzers before entry and exit.
- Get your temperature recorded at the entrance of the park.
- Ensure that you stand only on the allocated space when purchasing tickets and viewing galleries.
The re-opening of parks was done in phases in Dubai. The first phase included the opening of family squares and external tracks from 12th to 18th May.
The second phase began from 18th May and included opening of 70 parks, including the neighbourhood parks, the pond parks, the Miracle Cave, the Glasshouse in Quranic Park, and new yards of Maintenance Department in 34 locations that were ready but were not handed over.
The third phase began on 25th May, and involved reopening of Al Mamzar, Mushrif, Al Khor, Al Safa and Zabeel parks.