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At a beach in Sharjah.

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Sharjah public beaches allowed to reopen

 

DUBAI – Public beaches in Sharjah can now reopen as the emirate eased restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.

The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Team said beachgoers must still follow physical distancing measures and wear face masks.

Face masks are not required when swimming, official reiterated.

 

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. ‪The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management team in Sharjah has announced the reopening of all public beaches in the Emirate from Monday (August 3, 2020). The authorities called on the public to adhere to all precautionary measures and social distancing to ensure the health and safety of community members.‬ . . #uae #emirates #sharjah #sharjahbeach #coronavirus #GreaterThanCorona

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