The regular life is coming back to Dubai with reopening of gyms, cinemas, entertainment facilities, and other public places. However, Dubai Police have confirmed that that the three-people-to-a-vehicle limit remains in place until further notice.
A driver who travels with more than three people in a car faces a fine of AED 3,000. Additionally, all passengers and drivers must wear masks at all times if traveling with more than one person to a vehicle or face a further AED 3,000 fine.
Dubai Police confirmed that “five members of the same family are allowed to travel in the same vehicle without being fined for violating the current three-people limit”. After the latest ease of movement restrictions, Dubai residents may leave their homes between the hours of 06:00 AM to 11:00 PM until further notice.
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