News Dubai tightens rules on private gatherings anew

Dubai tightens rules on private gatherings anew


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The authorities in Dubai have once again tightened the rules on private gatherings and social distancing at cafes and restaurants as Covid-19 cases rapidly increase in the recent days. 

The Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management restricted the attendance at weddings, social events, and private parties to first-degree relatives to a maximum of 10 people only. This rule is applied in gatherings at home and hotels starting January 27. 

Previously, a maximum of 200 attendees were allowed at gatherings organized in halls, hotels, and tents, while home parties were limited to 30 guests.

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