Reopening more beaches and gardens
Reopening more beaches and gardens

Public spaces are reopened with strict preventive measures from the Covid-19 virus, as Abu Dhabi announced the reopening of more parks and beaches as part of the third stage to reopen public facilities after a wide sterilization period.

The Department of Municipalities and Transport in Abu Dhabi has decided to reopen more public parks and beaches in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Dhafra by 40 percent.

Precautions will include thermal cameras at the entrances to check body temperature, a maximum of four people per group and all beachgoers are required to wear masks.

The reopening of the parks in Abu Dhabi are: Baniyas Ladies Park, Shahama Park 2, Shahama Park 3, Bahia Park, Al Rahba Park and New Airport Park.

In Al Ain, Nahel Park will be reopened, and in Al Dhafra, Sila Park and Dalma Park will be reopened.

Food and beverage outlets will operate with 30 percent seats, a maximum of four people per table and a minimum of 2.5 meters between tables. Play areas will be closed and parking capacity will be 50 percent.

Umm Al Emarat Park, Khalifa Park in Abu Dhabi, Al Salimi Park in Al Ain, Madinat Zayed in Al Dhafra, Al Hudayriyat Beach and Corniche Beach in Abu Dhabi, and Al Mirfa Beach in Al Dhafra have previously been reopened. .

Public parks and beaches that are now reopening include: Al Bateen Beach, Delma Park, Rabdan Park, Sharia Park, Al Wathba Park, Shahama Park 1, Kazim Park, Green Mubazzara Park, Al Mirfa Park, and Zayed Al Khair Park.