Some public beaches and parks that will be reopened in Abu Dhabi as of July 3; Corona negative test is required to enter.
After a long period of sterilization, the Department of Municipalities and Transport announced that some public parks and beaches will be reopening as of July 3 in Abu Dhabi.
Pre-booking via the SmartHub platform is required to access beaches and public parks in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, and Al Dhafra Region.
Visitors should also update their health on the AL HOSN app to confirm that the Covid-19 test results are negative.
This is in addition to checking the body temperature when entering the facilities and all facilities will operate at a 40 percent occupancy.
The reopening of these public facilities is the first stage and will be reopened at a later stage across all media, including social media.
Rasha Qablawi, Head of the Corporate Affairs and Communications Department at Umm Al Emarat Park, said: “As Abu Dhabi’s favorite green destination, we are extremely excited to reopen our doors and welcome our wider community and we have worked tirelessly in preparation for the reopening. The safety and health of our visitors and employees remains our top priority.”
"It is our responsibility to support our community, and we will continuously do our best to put that into practice," she added.