Dubai lifts lockdown in Naif and Al Ras areas...

Dubai lifts lockdown in Naif and Al Ras areas after success in containing Covid-19

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Dubai government has now eased the 24 hour movement restrictions in Naif and Al Ras areas following the success of efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19.

The movement in the area will return to normal between 6am to 10pm and restrictions will be in place between 10pm to 6am.

According to Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management, for the last two days, no new Covid-19 cases were recorded in Naif and Al Ras.

This milestone is achieved through the combined efforts of all teams involved in the comprehensive sterilization programme.

Ryan Namia
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