Dubai’s Waterfront Market has fully re-opened its doors following the removal of complete lockdown in the city.
All of its shops and F&B outlets have opened as of Tuesday, April 28, and join its fish, meat, dry goods, and fruit and vegetable markets in offering their goods to customers.
Mohammad Al Madani, Waterfront Market manager said; “We have diligently worked with all the government authorities to ensure Waterfront Market is setting the benchmarks for customer shopping safety. From day one we installed thermal cameras to record the temperature of everyone entering the property. Following the success of re-opening our markets a few weeks ago, Waterfront Market will maintain the high level of precautionary health and safety measures. Our dedicated sanitisation teams will continue to implement the 24-hour cleaning programme, which includes disinfecting and sanitizing all common areas in addition to their standard hygiene cleaning practices.”
He added: “All customers and staff must continue to practice physical distancing, masks are compulsory whilst gloves are optional. Those who are not wearing the necessary protective gear, or are outside of the age limits set by the government will not be allowed to enter. Waterfront Market will also continue to monitor staff and customers temperatures with thermal cameras as they enter, respectively enforce physical distancing, and maintain an occupancy level of 30% as per the DED guidelines.”