Wearing face masks is required for everybody participating in any New Year’s Eve celebration in Dubai, be it inside or outside, the authorities emphasized on Tuesday. Inability to do as such is a violation deserving of a Dh3,000 fine.
The Emirate’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management on Tuesday held a gathering and investigated the city’s arrangements for the merriments. It supported the preventive measures and rules for celebrations.
“Each individual from the local area ought to severely notice the preventive rules set up, including wearing face masks and noticing social separating, to secure their families and others,” said Sheik Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, director of Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management.
Tough safety conventions keep on being implemented as part of the government’s endeavors to keep the public safe, he added.
This New Year’s Eve, the public’s consistence with the standards is critical to keeping up with Dubai’s achievement in combatting the pandemic.
“Dubai has ceaselessly observed neighborhood and worldwide advancements to make the definitive move important to secure the local area and carry out prudent steps illustrated by local and international health authorities,” Sheik Mansoor said.
The coordinated endeavors of forefront specialists and the incorporated arrangement to control the pandemic — combined with the participation of people in general — has empowered Dubai to check the spread of the virus, he added.
People in general can watch the New Year’s Eve firecrackers from 29 areas across Dubai, offering everybody the chance to partake in the celebrations in a safe, secure and socially separated climate.