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UAE considers reopening malls despite rising number of Covd-19 cases


Officials in Abu Dhabi announced that they are considering to reopen malls sooner amid Covid-19 pandemic.

Mall goers and shoppers can be allowed to do so providing that they wear gloves and masks and payments are cashless.

According to a statement, the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development is already in talks with mall operators and retailers in the the capital to ‘explore options as part of a staggered series of reopening across key sectors.’

“It would give the public more options to purchase products they may need, in addition to e-commerce, and to support local retailers and businesses,” the department said.

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