With the rise of COVID-19 cases in Dubai, certain rules have been amended this week until further notice. For gatherings and distance maintained at restaurants various measures have been implemented to ensure safety for all.

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As per the latest rules from Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management, a new decision has been made to increase the separation distance between tables at both restaurants and cafes from 2 metres to 3 metres, along with a reduction of on the number of people allowed to sit at one table from 10 to 7 people at a restaurant and 4 at cafes.

In addition the new mandates have also stated a decision on limiting attendance of weddings, social events and private parties to first-degree relatives totaling a maximum of 10 people only, whether at a hotel or at home, effective Wednesday 27 January.

As per usual, all social distancing measures must be adhered to, along with all the health and safety precautions being adopted to curb the spread of the virus. Furthermore, the nationwide vaccination programme is well underway. With the aim of vaccinating half of the population by March, the nation now ranks first across the globe in the daily distribution of doses of coronavirus vaccines.

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