By Staff writer
Reopening is part of three-phased plan to open up parks and other leisure facilities run by municipality
Dubai Municipality has reopened Mamzar Beach Walk amid strict safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
It comes just a day after the authority reopened the popular Jumeirah Beach Walk in the emirate.
However, those looking to enjoy a stroll at either area have been reminded of their responsibilities in a social media posting from Dubai Municipality.
It reminded citizens and residents of the need “to follow all necessary precautions, by using personal protection and keeping a social distance”.
#DubaiMunicipality announces the reopening of Mamzar 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/5jAYSpv8cl— بلدية دبي | Dubai Municipality (@DMunicipality) May 18, 2020
The reopenings form part of a three-phased plan to reopen parks and other leisure facilities run by Dubai Municipality.
The first phase (May 12-18) saw 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 started today (May 18), features 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.