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RTA Extends Free Public Parking in Dubai

RTA Extends Free Public Parking in Dubai - Coming Soon in UAE
19 April 2020

One more week of free parking has been announced along with an extended “National Sterilisation Programme.”

As the 24-hour sterilisation programme was extended, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that public parking and multi-storey parking will be free of charge for another week across the emirate to curb the spread of COVID-19.

A permit to leave the place of residence will still be required, however, citizens may now only apply for a permit to leave their homeplaces once every three days. The residents can step out from home to purchase essentials, such as groceries and medical supplies.

Leaving your home for unnecessary reasons without a permit will end up with a fine. It is also required to wear protective masks and gloves if you leave home. The closure extensions include all bars, pubs and lounges, shisha services, as well as restaurants, cafes, pools, and private beaches.

Moreover, all entertainment activities, fitness and health centres will still be closed. Restaurants are able to deliver food to Dubai residents and a number of strict precautionary measures have been put in place to ensure this is done safely.

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