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The Waterfront Market in Dubai.

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Waterfront Market reopens as Dubai relaxes Covid-19 rules

 

DUBAI – Dubai’s Waterfront Market reopened on Tuesday (April 28) as the emirate relaxed movement restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The fresh food market is open throughout Ramadan from 6am to 10pm, while its retail outlets and restaurants are open from 12pm until 10pm, with takeaway and delivery from 12pm to 7pm and dine in from 7pm to 10pm.

The management team said extra precautions have been taken to safeguard the health and safety of all shoppers and visitors.

Cleaning and sanitization will be ongoing throughout the day, and deep cleaning and sanitization will take place throughout the night commencing after 6pm.

Mohammad Al Madani, Waterfront Market Manager, said thermal cameras have been installed to record the temperature of anyone who enters the premises.

“Our dedicated sanitisation teams will continue to implement the 24-hour cleaning programme, which includes disinfecting and sanitizing all common areas in addition to their standard hygiene cleaning practices,” Al Madani added.

He said that customers and staff are urged to practice physical distancing, while the wearing of masks is compulsory. Wearing of gloves is optional.

Anyone who isn’t wearing a mask, or is above the age of 60, and children between the age of 3 and 12 will not be allowed to enter. ICA/Expat Media

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