According to the latest update, the National Sterilisation Programme was complete and the movement ban was lifted. Now, children under the age of 12 will be allowed to enter malls and restaurants, with following strict measures, including social distancing and face masks.
The laws and fines put in place by the UAE remain in place to ensure the safety of the citizens, residents and visitors. UAE government highlighted, that preventive measures still will be taking place until further notice. It includes a three-people-per-car limit unless it’s a family car; furthermore, public gatherings are still prohibited.
The Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai officially announced the end of the National Sterilization Program in the emirate. The National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management confirmed that Dubai residents are permitted to leave houses and go out at any time provided adhering such preventive measures as wearing masks and social distance.
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