Jumeirah beach walk reopens, residents reminded to follow coronavirus safety precautions
The municipality has reminded that while the beach walk has been opened, residents will need to follow all necessary precautions.
The Dubai Municipality announced the reopening of Jumeirah beach walk on Sunday.
"Dubai Municipality announces the reopening of Jumeirah beach walk and reminds citizens and residents of the need to follow all necessary precautions, by using personal protection and keeping a social distance," the municipality said.
The municipality further reminded residents to follow all necessary precautions, including wearing personal protection such as masks and gloves, and maintaining a safe social distance.
#DubaiMunicipality announces the reopening of Jumeirah beach walk and reminds citizens and residents of the need to follow all necessary precautions, by using personal protection and keeping a social distance. #TogetherWeCan pic.twitter.com/sjDsSRBb3F- ????? ??? | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) May 17, 2020
The move is the latest in the recent easing of restrictions that were in place to curb the spread of the pandemic in the UAE.
It follows the announcement that Dubai's public parks will be reopened in three phases.
The first phase, which began on May 12, included external tracks and 72 family squares.
The second phase involved the opening of 70 parks, while the third phase - that begins on May 25 - will include the Mushrif, Al Mamzar, Al Khor, Zabeel and Al Safa parks.
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