The Supreme Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, headed by Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, decided to allow the resumption of wedding parties in halls and hotel establishments, as well as in homes, temporary halls and tents in residential areas, as of October 22, in the interest of community facilitation and empowerment From celebrating such social events, taking into account the strict application of a set of conditions and preventive measures.
The decision came in accordance with the recommendations submitted to the committee by the concerned authorities, as the committee stressed the importance of the cooperation of families and families in confirming the accurate implementation of all safety requirements, to ensure that the first goal of these measures is achieved in preserving the health of individuals and avoiding exposure to infection with the Coronavirus or the spread of infection among the attendees. .
According to the Dubai Government Media Office, the requirements for holding weddings and social events in the aforementioned places include, firstly, that the number of those present in the hall does not exceed 200 persons and that the number of tents and homes does not exceed a maximum of 30 persons according to the capacity of the place, provided that the perimeter of one individual for the class For others, 4 square meters of the total area of the place, secondly, it is mandatory to wear masks all the time and the ability to remove them while sitting at tables only.
Third, that the maximum number of attendees at one table be 5 people, fourth, avoid sitting face to face or close distances (not less than 1.5 meters between one person and another), Fifth, leaving a distance of two meters between each table and the other, Sixth, it should not exceed The duration of the ceremony is four hours in the halls, hotel facilities, homes, tents and makeshift halls. Seventh, urging people with chronic diseases and the elderly not to attend to ensure their safety, and finally, to refrain from attending those who have symptoms such as coughing or high temperature.