The Abu Dhabi skyline.
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ABU DHABI – The ban on events and wedding parties in Abu Dhabi as well as the closure of venues have been extended as part of measures against Covid-19.
According to the Department of Culture and Tourism-Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), the ban will be in place “until further notice”.
DCT Abu Dhabi also extended the suspension of tour services and activities related to sea cruises, desert camps and safaris, as well as floating restaurants.
The authority said the suspension will remain “until further notice”.
On March 19, DCT Abu Dhabi announced the decision to temporarily suspend all events and nightclub operations, as well as a temporarily ban wedding parties as part of efforts to combat the
The authority said that routine checks and inspections will be carried out in all establishments, and that violators will be subject to legal measures. ICA/Expat Media
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