WAM last week reported the reopening of parks on March 15 with gatherings limited to groups of five people or less
As many as 70 parks will reopen in Dubai on Monday as part of a three-phase plan to ease Covid-19-related restrictions in the city, and which concludes on May 25, Dubai Municipality told local media.
WAM last week reported the reopening of parks on March 15 with gatherings limited to groups of five people or less, with the municipality carefully monitoring and following up on developments.
The first phase (May 12-18) will see the reopening of external tracks and 72 family squares in parks in Zabeel, Al Safa, Al Barsha South, Al Sufouh, Al Mankhool, Al Liseily and others.
The second phase which will start on May 18 will feature the reopening of 70 parks including neighbourhood and pond parks, while the third phase which will begin on May 25 will include the reopening of parks like Mushrif, Al Mamzar, Al Khor, Zabeel and Al Safa.