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Coronavirus: Your ultimate guide to what's now open in the UAE Filed on July 1, 2020 | Last updated on July 1, 2020 at 07.16 am
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Dubai Mall is one of the popular facilities now open in the UAE after the country managed to control the spread of Covid-19.

(KT/Ryan Lim)

The UAE is on track to flattening the Covid-19 curve. Offices, recreational places and now mosques among other places of worship have opened across the country. Here's the latest list.


Coronavirus: Your ultimate guide to what's now open in the UAE (KT24308617.JPG)

Abu Dhabi
Reopened Partially opened Closed
Government and private sector offices Malls Public places
Abu Dhabi Airport Hotels Cultural centres
Sports venues Hotel gyms and beaches Places of worship
Sports activities   Museums
Restaurants   Parks
Salons   Gyms
Mosques and other places of worship   Cinemas
    Public beaches


Coronavirus: Your ultimate guide to what's now open in the UAE (KT24309617.PNG)

Reopened Partially opened Closed
Shopping malls Airports                                  Mosques, churches, temples                          
Restaurants and cafes   All educational centres with distance learning implemented                    
Cinemas   No water slides and rides in pools
Hotels   Theme parks and arcade zones
Major beaches   Animal encounter activities
Pools in hotels, health clubs and residential buildings   Commercial family events and group gatherings
Major parks    
Government and private hospitals    
Clinics, including ones offering alternative forms of treatment    
Barber shops and salons    
Metro, buses, marine transport and trams    
Mosques and other places of worship    
Entertainment: Dubai Frame, ice rink, go-karting, museums, The Green Planet, Dolphinarium, Ski Dubai, Aquariums, open-air Shows    


 Coronavirus: Your ultimate guide to what's now open in the UAE (KT24306617.JPG)

Reopened Partially opened Closed
Shopping centres Some markets, such as Rolla and Ghuwair Beaches 
Malls   Parks
All types of commercial outlets, car workshops   Cinemas
Eateries   Gyms
Pharmacies   Education institutes
Private clinics and hospitals   Children's play courts in malls and other kids' entertainment areas
Government service centres operating with capacity of 30 per cent    
Mosques and other places of worship    

Anjana Sankar

Anjana Sankar is a UAE-based journalist chasing global stories of conflict, migration and human rights. She has reported from the frontlines of the wars in Yemen and Syria and has extensively written on the refugee crisis in Bangladesh, Iraq and Europe. From interviewing Daesh militants to embedding with the UAE army in Yemen, and covering earthquakes, floods, terrorist attacks and elections, she has come out scathe-free from the most dangerous conflict zones of the world. Riding on over 14 years of experience, Anjana currently is an Assistant Editor with Khaleej Times and leads the reporting team. She often speaks about women empowerment on her Facebook page that has 40,000 plus followers.

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