The announcement was made on July 15…
The Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee updated the operational capabilities of multiple events in the capital.
It came into effect on July 19, which is the first day of the Eid al-Adha holiday.
The announcement was made late at night on July 15.
According to the announcement, public beaches, parks, private beaches and swimming pools, restaurants and cafes, hotel gyms and spas, as well as other gyms, buses and public ferries will be in 50% capacity.
Regarding restaurants and cafes, there are no updates about mixed families or non-family groups. We will update you as soon as we learn.
Shopping malls only operate at 40% capacity, and movie theaters operate at 30% capacity.
A five-person taxi allows up to three passengers. For a seven-seater car, only four passengers are allowed.
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This decision is in line with Abu Dhabi’s strategy to fight the pandemic and strengthens the UAE’s active preventive measures to limit the spread of Covid-19.
— Abu Dhabi Media Office (@admediaoffice) July 15, 2021
According to the Abu Dhabi authorities, the capacity update is in line with Abu Dhabi’s strategy to fight the pandemic and the emirate’s preventive measures to limit the spread of Covid-19.
The committee called on community members to observe precautions, keep physical distance, and wear masks in public places.
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