The Dubai International Financial Centre.


Restaurants, shops, offices reopen in Dubai’s DIFC


DUBAI – Offices, restaurants, shops and businesses have reopened in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) amid precautionary measures to minimize the spread of Covid-19.

Offices, private sector businesses and retail units can operate at 100 percent capacity while ensuring that all the precautionary measure and social distancing requirements are adhered to. Opening hours will adhere to timings permitted for public movement.

Food and beverage outlets will operate at their own capacity providing that they maintain safety and hygiene precautions. This includes placing dining tables two metres apart for all customers. Culinary outlets may also use separators or screens between tables.

Indoor gyms, fitness centres, entertainment centres, hairdressers and barbers will operate at 50 percent capacity for all services.

As part of the precautionary measures, all visitors, tenants and employees will undergo temperature screenings and checks at all entrances. They are also mandated to wear facemasks at all times upon entering and while inside DIFC buildings. This includes visitors entering Gate Avenue to access third party buildings. ICA/Expat Media

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