Naif and Al Ras residents celebrate after zero Covid-19...

Naif and Al Ras residents celebrate after zero Covid-19 cases and coming out of lockdown


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Residents in Naif and Al Ras areas are seen celebrating a ‘victory’ after reporting zero Covid-19 cases for the last two days and coming out of 24 hours lockdown.

In a video that’s making the rounds online, police patrol fleet are seen parading the streets of Naif along with their horses.

As the same with the rest of Dubai, movement restrictions in the area will be from 10pm to 6am only.

Dubai authorities have conducted more than 6,000 Covid-19 tests among residents of the area in the last month.

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