Dubai: Waterfront Market Opens Doors to Public | Coming Soon in UAE
To get your personalized content feed, feel free to register, sign in and select what interests you in your Preferences.

Dubai: Waterfront Market Opens Doors to Public

Dubai: Waterfront Market Opens Doors to Public - Coming Soon in UAE
7 April 2020

After taken precautionary measures, The Waterfront Market was given permission to continue “business as normal”.

Dubai Waterfront Market has been authorized to re-open on Tuesday, April 7 following mass closures of markets to curb the spread of COVID-19. There have been implemented a range of precautionary health and safety measures both for customers and staff. As part of preventive measures, all visitors have to provide an approved permit.

 

To check staff and customer’s temperatures, thermal cameras have been installed at all entrances. Also, multiple fixed hand sanitisers have been put at various points to encourage customers to clean their hands regularly. Children will be prohibited from entering the Waterfront Market.

All customers and staff are to keep physical distance, wear masks and gloves as mandatory measures to combat the spread of coronavirus. The Fish Market will operate around the clock with deep cleaning and sanitisation closures from 12:00 PM to 04:00 PM and 02:00 AM to 06:00 AM.

Mohammad Al Madani, Waterfront Market Manager, states, that strict safety, security and hygiene rules are taken on a regular basis as they work in the food sector. However, they have taken additional precautionary measures across the entire market to further ensure the health and safety of all our customers, staff and the wider community.

Aside from Lulu Hypermarket, The Pharmacy, the Fish Market and the auction, all other retail outlets at Waterfront Market will remain closed until further notice. Restaurants at the Waterfront Market will provide services to home delivery only.

Article Categories

Article Tags

Related Articles

Face masks are optional in certain places and more updates - Coming Soon in UAE Face masks are optional in certain places and more updates
28 February 2022
The decision was made by the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority via Twitter on late 25 February 2022.
Dubai Updates: vaccinated people are permitted to attend events starting from June 6 - Coming Soon in UAE Dubai Updates: vaccinated people are permitted to attend events starting from June 6
26 May 2021
Recently, NCEMA (National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority) stated that only vaccinated people were allowed to attend UAE events and exhibitions.
Dubai: Bars to reopen, weddings, events to resume; guests, staff must be vaccinated against Covid-19 - Coming Soon in UAE Dubai: Bars to reopen, weddings, events to resume; guests, staff must be vaccinated against Covid-19
18 May 2021
Dubai's Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management has announced updated precautionary measures for events and activities.
Updated Covid-19 Entry rules for Abu Dhabi as of February 1 - Coming Soon in UAE Updated Covid-19 Entry rules for Abu Dhabi as of February 1
02 February 2021
As per the announcement of the Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis, and Disasters committee, there are new protocols that have to be followed when entering the emirate.

Coronavirus