The meeting, chaired by Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, chairman of the Supreme Committee on Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai, was informed that the lockdown had been eased after no more cases of corona were reported in the Al-Ras and Nayef areas of Dubai. The meeting was informed that at these two places, people are allowed to move as usual from 6 am to 10 pm local time, but from 10 pm to 6 am to other parts of Dubai.
There will also be lockouts in the areas. According to media reports, the Dubai Disaster Committee had announced a 24-hour lockdown on March 31 in view of the Corona epidemic in all areas of Dubai. No new cases of corona have been reported in Nayef and Al-Ras during the last two days, after which daytime lockdowns have been eased there, while a total of 6,000 people a month have been tested in Topar Dubai. The Dubai Crisis and Disaster Cell has asked residents in other areas, including Nayef and Al Ras, not to leave their homes unnecessarily. Lockdowns in both areas have been eased to allow citizens to meet their vital needs, but unnecessarily taking to the streets and markets can spread the disease.