Dubai: After authorities in Dubai announced ease in COVID-19 restrictions on Thursday, Dubai Mall announced that the mall is set to re-open on April 28 between 12pm and 10pm. The social media handle of the venue added that the mall is under extensive preparations to welcome customers back.
“For now, our doors will remain closed as we prepare for your safe return. For essential services updates please visit The Dubai Mall app for further information. We look forward to welcoming you back soon and would like to wish you a blessed Ramadan Kareem,” the tweet said on Friday.
“The health and safety of our customers, employees and tenants remains our top priority. At this time, we are undertaking extensive preparations in order to be able to safely re-open and welcome you back from the 28th April, between 12 noon and 10pm.”
Dubai had implemented a 24-hour movement restriction on residents with people allowed to leave for work or essential purposes only. These restrictions have been eased with certain guidelines.
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Malls and shopping centres will be allowed to operate during Ramadan with implementation of certain guideliness. No senior residents (older than 60) or children (younger than 12) will be allowed in the malls. Everyone who is out and about has to wear a mask as well.