The government stressed the population's commitment to precautionary measuresto limit spread of Covid-19.
Government offices in Dubai are allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity, from Sunday 14 June.
The decision, announced on May 27 by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, is scheduled to come into effect tomorrow.
As part of the same decision, private sector companies and malls were allowed to operate 100 per cent from June 3, 2020 and the Crown Prince assured that all precautionary measures would be strictly implemented and closely monitored to ensure compliance with them.
This decision is in line with the Dubai government's measured approach to protect the health and safety of citizens and residents and gradually reopening the economy and the government is committed to supporting the economic sectors affected by the repercussions of the global crisis.
Sheikh Hamdan stressed the need for all government agencies in Dubai to be fully committed to implementing preventive measures to protect the welfare of employees and customers.