Many of the major malls in Dubai have now re-opened after it was announced that the city’s Coronavirus restrictions were to relaxed.
The Dubai Mall and Mall of the Emirates were two of the earliest to re-open.
Other open malls include Dubai Festival City Mall, Dubai Outlet Mall, City Centre Mirdif, Dubai Marina Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall and the new Nakheel Mall.
It’s also just been announced that Dragon Mart has reopened yesterday.
Today we reopen our doors to welcome you back. Our priority as always is the safety and well-being of our customers, tenants and employees. pic.twitter.com/HItdxBhWnW— The Dubai Mall (@TheDubaiMall) April 28, 2020
Today we reopen our doors to welcome you back. Our priority as always is the safety and well-being of our customers, tenants and employees. pic.twitter.com/HItdxBhWnW
All Dubai malls that have re-opened will be operating at 30% capacity.
Shoppers can now head to the mall for a maximum of three hours. Face masks must be worn at all times and you must keep 2m away from all others.
You’ll also need to pass a temperature check on entry to the mall.
All cinemas, gyms, prayer rooms, shishas and changing rooms will remain closed. And visitors over 60 and children aged between three and 12 are not allowed entry.
Nearly all the malls are open from noon until 10 pm, and only some of the shops will be open at any one time. Please check ahead with each mall before heading down.