UAE Government reiterates children and the elderly not permitted to enter malls

Over 60s and children aged up to 12 are not permitted

UAE Government reiterates children and the elderly not permitted to enter malls

The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHaP) and the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) have reiterated regulations on mall visitation.

In a joint statement the authorities stated that persons over the age of 60 and children younger than 12 are prohibited from entering shopping malls, retail stores, cooperative societies and supermarkets.

The measures are to ‘ensure their health and safety’.

In Dubai, the same restrictions are in place for restaurants which have started to reopen across the UAE.

For a full list of shopping malls that have reopened in Abu Dhabi click here and for Dubai click here.

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