Dubai Government will allow children and elderly in malls and more from June 18

Swimming pools, cultural centres, water parks and other places can now operate at 100 percent capacity

Dubai Government will allow children and elderly in malls and more from June 18

The Dubai Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management has announced that restrictions on anyone over 60 and children under 12 will be lifted from tomorrow (Thursday June 18).

Until now, those people have been unable to visit places including shops and malls.

The ease of restrictions also includes full capacity for a number of activities such as swimming pools and aquatic sports, entry to cultural centres, private museums and art galleries, water parks and beauty services.

The announcement also details the complete ease of restrictions for care facilities for elderly and people of determination, along with kids’ playgrounds and sport equipment at public parks and beaches.

While restrictions have been eased, precautionary measures will still be in place, including wearing face masks and keep with social distancing guidelines.

Recently, we covered water parks and water attractions getting ready to open, including Aquaventure reopening on Thursday.

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