Dubai’s malls are able to operate at 100 percent capacity from tomorrow (Wednesday June 3).
“Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management announces that shopping centres and private business centres in the emirate will fully operate at 100 percent from tomorrow, Wednesday June 3, 2020,” read a tweet from Dubai Media Office.
The Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates and The Dubai Outlet Mall are among those now open, and malls can choose their own opening hours between 6am and 11pm.
Visitors to the malls must adhere to the UAE’s health and safety rules, 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. Kids under 12 and adults over 60 are currently not allowed in malls.
Previously malls were only able to operate at 70 percent capacity.
Within malls all restaurants, cafés and other F&B outlets are able to at their own capacity – although social distancing of two metres between tables and other health and safety precautions must be adhered to. For more restaurants open in Dubai click here.
For a list of malls that have reopened and their opening hours click here.