Valet parking to resume in Dubai

Strict health and safety measures will be in place

Valet parking to resume in Dubai

All valet parking services across permitted industries and business in Dubai are allowed to resume operation from Wednesday May 27, providing strict health and safety measures are adhered to.

Gloves and masks must be worn at all times and staff must change gloves and sanitise hands after every car valet service. Disposable covers must also be used for seats and steering wheels.

Each valet station must also have sanitising wipes to wipe down the steering wheel, gear stick, key fob and more before handing over the car, while windows and doors must remain open for some time before being returned to the owner.

This follows the news that from tomorrow (Wednesday May 27) gyms, cinemas and other businesses around Dubai are allowed to reopen.

Opening hours across Dubai are able to be from 6am until 11pm. Tonight (Tuesday May 26) is the final night of 8pm to 6am National Sterilisation Programme hours.

The UAE government announced last night (Monday 25) that businesses in the emirate will be reopened with the new set opening hours. Current hours of the National Sterilisation programme run from 8pm until 6am each evening.

The news was announced during a virtual meeting with Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management led by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council.
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