Due to the easing of restrictive measures in the emirate, the large beaches at JBR, Al Mamzar, Umm Suqeim, and Jumeirah will open to all comers from May 29. This was stated in the official message of the Dubai Municipality. Also, in a separate message, it is also told that from Friday access is also available to Dubai parks. Dubai Frame, as one of the UAE’s most popular tourist attractions, will be open to visitors as well. It is also reported that children under 12 and elderly over 60 are allowed on beaches and parks.
The authorities also strongly urge community members to take all measures that contribute to public safety and public health while in public places. In particular, this concerns maintaining the distance between people, it is recommended not to shake hands and not to hug even with your family members. It is also necessary to wear masks, except for the time spent in water. In enclosed spaces, this applies to the Dubai Frame, it is also recommended to wear gloves, this is not necessary for visiting parks and beaches.
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