The Dubai Mall is to reopen this Tuesday (April 28) with reduced hours, following the announcement by the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management on Friday (April 24) regarding the partial reduction in restrictions on movement in Dubai during Ramadan.
The Dubai Mall will be open from noon until 10pm daily.
“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,” read a statement.
“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 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. pic.twitter.com/EiaOXMedu0— The Dubai Mall (@TheDubaiMall) April 24, 2020
Following the partial lifting of movement restrictions on Friday (April 24), Dubai residents are now permitted to leave the house for essential items like food and medicine without a permit between the hours of 6am and 10pm.
As part of the update, shopping malls are allowed to operate under certain conditions.
Visitors to the malls must adhere to the UAE’s health and safety rules while in the malls, including the requirement that masks are worn at all times, hands are sanitised on arrival to the mall, and a physical distance of two metres is maintained from others at all time.
As per the directive from authorities, family entertainment, cinemas, gyms, prayer rooms, changing rooms and shisha services will not be available, and visitors over 60 years of age and children aged between three and 12 years old will not be granted entry to either mall.
Shoppers should also bear in mind the usual rules and social etiquette of Ramadan while out in public.
This partnership between two of the largest shopping destinations in the region, means that customers can shop at over 24 leading brands, with new brands being added every day.
Dubai Festival City Mall and Festival Plaza reopened yesterday (Saturday April 25), following the partial lifting of restrictions due to Ramadan. Stores including IKEA and Robinsons are operating with reduced trading hours
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