The emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah have provided an update on open facilities that are not part of a nationwide effort to reduce the spread of corona virus.
Abu Dhabi: open spaces
- Government and private sector offices - Abu Dhabi Airport - Sports fields - Sports activities
Restaurants - salon
Only partially opened places:
- Malls - Hotels - Gyms and beaches
- public places - cultural centers - places of worship - museums - gardens - gyms - cinemas - public beaches
Dubai: open spaces
- Shopping malls - Restaurants and cafes - Movie theaters - Hotels - Major beaches
- Swimming pools in hotels, health clubs and apartment buildings - the main parks
- Gyms - Governmental and private hospitals - Clinics, including those that offer alternative forms of treatment - Salons and barber salons - Metro, buses, shipping, and trams.
Entertainment: Dubai tire, ice rink, karting, museums, green planet, dolphinarium, ski Dubai, ponds, outdoor shows
- Airport (partial resumption) - Mosques, churches and temples - Implementation of all educational centers with distance learning - No water slides and horseback riding in swimming pools - Parks and corridor areas - Animal meeting activities - Family business events and group gatherings
Sharjah: open places:
- Shopping centers - Malls - Rolla and Al Ghuwair markets - All types of shops and auto workshops - Restaurants - Pharmacies - Private clinics and hospitals - Government service centers operating with a capacity of 30%
- Beaches - Gardens - Movie theaters - Gyms - Education institutes - Children's playgrounds in shopping centers and other entertainment areas for children