Dubai: Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management, headed by Sheik Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on Friday declared that the COVID-19 prudent steps presented in the start of February will be stretched out until the beginning of Ramadan in mid-April.
The choice depends on an assessment of the developing COVID-19 circumstance, information showing the adequacy of strengthened wellbeing measures and the proposals of forefront specialists.
The Supreme Committee said the country’s reaction to the pandemic is essential for a coordinated arrangement to battle COVID-19. Recognizing the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) and the Ministry of Health and Prevention for their achievement in organizing counter-pandemic measures, the Committee said it will keep on observing neighborhood and international improvements to guarantee the ideal reaction.
The advisory group applauded the speed of the COVID-19 immunization drive in Dubai and the UAE. Starting at 25 February, more than 5.8 million vaccine doses and more than 30 million tests were regulated in the UAE. The nation has one of the greatest immunization and testing rates internationally. These figures show the strength and readiness of the UAE’s healthcare system, the Committee said.
Prudent steps that will be reached out until the beginning of Ramadan include:
- Guests permitted in shopping centers, and visitors in lodging foundations and inside pools and private sea shores in inns, will be restricted to 70% of all out limit.
- Indoor scenes, including films and diversion and sports settings, will keep on working at half of most extreme limit and under heightened careful steps.
- Bars/Pubs will stay shut
- Restaurants and bistros will be needed to nearby 1.00 am.
- Increased observing and assessment missions will keep on guaranteeing exacting consistence with measures including physical separating and wearing of facemasks.
The advisory group encouraged people in general to keep noticing careful steps, focusing on that their responsibility is basic to counter the pandemic. Noticing preventive conventions and security rules stay the best methods of fighting the infection, the Committee added.
Individuals from the local area are urged to report infringement of COVID-19 prudent steps by people or foundations through Dubai Police’s Call Center 901 or its ‘Police Eye’ service in the Dubai Police Smart App.