Dubai news roundup: March 6

Dubai beaches closed, new Metro station, chaotic medical fitness centres and more UAE news.

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Police close beaches in Dubai after three people drown in rough seas.
Full story: The National

Jafza Metro Station set to open on March 11 and is expected to attract over 10,000 commuters working in the Jebel Ali Free Zone.
Full story: Khaleej Times

National Center for Metrology forecasts the next days to be dusty and windy, and re-issues warning for people not to go to the beaches for the next two days due to high waves and winds.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

Medical fitness centres chaotic as they struggle to handle the health testing of thousands of applicants.
Full story: Gulf News

Sharks for sale at Deira fish market increases shark fin sale and may lead to extinction of species.
Full story: The National

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