Coronavirus live: Dubai shopping malls and private businesses to operate at 100% capacity
The announcement comes after the UAE confirmed 596 new cases of Covid-19 after a further 35,000 tests
Shopping malls and private businesses in Dubai will operate at 100 per cent capacity, it has been confirmed.
The UAE Ministry of Health confirmed 596 new cases on Tuesday from a further 35,000 tests conducted.
It also announced three further fatalities and 388 recoveries.
Abu Dhabi Police brought in a permit system allowing residents to enter and leave the emirate on Tuesday.
For the next seven days, residents of Abu Dhabi city, Al Ain and Al Dhafra can travel within their cities but not leave them – and cannot go to other emirates.
More than six million cases of coronavirus have been recorded worldwide, two-thirds of them in Europe and the United States, according to analysts tracking the pandemic.
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Updated: June 2, 2020 06:08 PM